‘Seat sharing did not come up in JaPa meeting’


City Desk :
Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Wednesday said the issue of seat sharing did not come up for discussion in the meeting with Jatiya Party, rather prevention of anti-election activities like sabotage and attacks got priority.

“We discussed how the election-oriented parties can prevent anti-polls activities like sabotage and attacks in a united way to make the election free, fair and peaceful,” he said, reports UNB.

Quader said these at a press briefing at the Awami League president’s Dhanmondi office in the capital on Thursday.

“BNP is becoming desperate to foil the election as it is approaching.

Their level of sabotage may be more extensive.


The horrific picture of sabotage, secret attacks is setting records.

Till Wednesday, 600 cars were vandalized and 10 trains were set on fire,” he added.

Regarding the new condition of the US buyer in the garment sector, Quader, also the Road Transport and Bridges Minister, said the United States will not be able to do anything unilaterally even if it wants.

“Its friends in Europe, Asia and the Pacific are no longer in favour of taking any extreme decision on Bangladesh. “

“We are not friendless in the international arena. They know how Sheikh Hasina is holding elections to maintain constitutional continuity in Bangladesh and prevent chaos in the country.