Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader today said since the BNP has lost its ability to wage a movement alone against the government, it is now trying to allure other political parties into its alliance.
“How will the party (BNP), which has no unity within it, get united with other political parties?” he questioned while speaking at a press conference at his secretariat office here.
Quader, also the road transport and bridges minister, said the distance between the BNP and its like-minded parties is more visible than the unity and that is why the party is now trying to pull others into its alliance, losing its own capacity to wage a movement alone.
About BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir’s call to wage a united movement against the government, he said even before the last general elections, the country’s people had seen the strange face of the BNP’s unity.
In the name of unity, the hotchpotch condition between the BNP and its allies is yet to be erased from the memory of the country’s people, the AL general secretary said, adding that the BNP is now in deep frustration after getting isolated.