Information and Broadcasting Minister for party leaders. Hasan Mahmud said, Awami League has been in power for a long time. The Awami League government is developing the country. Seeing this development, everyone now wants to get on the boat. More passengers on the boat is not good. If there are more passengers, the boat is in danger. He said those who want to come to the Awami League to save Pete. They are not needed in the Awami League. Those who do drugs, corruption and extortion have no place in the Awami League.
We have to take workers in Awami League after sorting out the verification.
The Minister for Information and Broadcasting said this to the party leaders and workers who gathered at Gaibandha Circuit House premises at 12 noon on Sunday. Meanwhile, Whip of Jatiya Sangsad Mahabub Ara Begum, MP of Gaibandha-3 (Sadullapur-Palashbari) constituency Umme Kulsum, former president of Bangladesh Chhatra League Central Committee Mahmud Hasan Ripon, district Awami League president Adv. Syed Shamsul Alam Hiru, General Secretary Abu Bakar Siddique, Upazila Chairman and central and local leaders and workers were present.
Addressing the leaders and workers present, the minister said there is not much time left for the national elections. Elections will be held after two years. Guest birds will come to ask for votes during the election. Then they have to say – why have you come now. They must show a red card. He said the Awami League must be brought to power by voting in the next elections. The overall development of the country has improved during the tenure of the present government.
Earlier, the minister reached Syedpur Airport by air on Sunday morning. From there he reached Gaibandha around 11 am. He then addressed the party leaders and workers present at the circuit house. He then attended an extended meeting of the district Awami League at the SKS Inn premises in the Radhakrishnachpur area near Gaibandha town. The extended meeting was going on till 2.30 pm. After lunch he will go to Syedpur by road. From there he was to fly to Dhaka.