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No post-eid movement if polls under non-party govt : Khaleda

 No post-eid movement if polls under non-party govt : Khaleda

There would be no post-eid movement if the present regime agrees to hold the next polls under a neutral non-party government, opposition leader and BNP chief Khaleda told her audience at a reception she hosted after Eid-ul-Fitr on Friday.

"If election is held under neutral, non-party government, we`ll accept the result, whatever it is," she said.

The ex-premier was bitterly critical of huge billboard show on "so-called development works, squandering public money from the exchequer".

“The government is engrossed in election campaign using money from the national exchequer. If you’ve done good deeds and if you think you’re popular, test your popularity calling the election under a non-party, neutral caretaker government,” she said.

Khaleda said, “Still there’s time. If you love the country and its people, arrange the election after passing a nonparty government bill. Then, we won’t go for any movement and we’ll accept the election result, be what it may.”

Claiming BNP does not believe in the politics of divisions, she said they want the politics of unity as well as stability and development of the country.

Claiming that the government has ‘failed’ on all fronts, the former prime minister said country’s people are not well because of the government.

Bringing various corruption allegations against the government, she said people do not want to see the government in power even for a moment more.

Envoys of 25-30 countries, including the USA, Saudi Arabia and Nepal, attended the function.

The BNP chairperson had exchanged Eid greetings at the Ladies Club in the last five years, but this year she chose the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre.

After exchanging greetings, Khaleda laid a wreath at the grave of party-founder late president Ziaur Rahman and offered prayers.


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