People no longer want to see unelected caretaker government: BSP chairman
Bangladesh Supreme Party (BSP) Chairman Syed Saifuddin Ahmad Maizbhandari commented that the people do not want to see an unelected government in the name of caretaker government.
He said that a fair and impartial election should be held with the participation of all parties by putting a permanent end to the government debate during the election period through the dialogue of all the political parties. But people do not want to see an unelected government in the name of a caretaker government. Any election should be done in the light of the constitution. If the election environment is right, the Liberal Islamic Alliance led by the Bangladesh Supreme Party (BSP) will participate in the next election. Inshallah!
He said this while addressing a public meeting organized by the Fatikchari Upazila Bangladesh Supreme Party (BSP) on the afternoon of Saturday (September 16) in Chattogram Fatikchari Nazirhat Jhankar Junction, demanding action against anti-national conspiracies, rising commodity prices and market syndicates, free, fair and impartial elections as per the constitution. .
Fatichhari Upazila BSP Convenor HM Manjurul Anwar Chowdhury presided over the public meeting as the special guests were Executive Chairman of Liberal Islamic Jote and Chairman of Bangladesh Islami Oikya Jote Misbahur Rahman Chowdhury, Co-Chairman of Liberal Islamic Jote and Chairman of Bangladesh Jana Dal (BJD) Mahbubur Rahman Joy Chowdhury.
Calling upon the people to build a resistance against the anti-liberation reactionary cycle, he said, people should be alert and united against militants, extremists and stubbornness. Anti-independence reactionary circles have formed an alliance around the elections. For the sake of the country and the people, all the supporters of the liberation war must unite and stop this reactionary group. Corrupt people launder crores of rupees through corruption. Due to them, daily necessities in the market are increasing day by day and unemployment rate is increasing.
The Chairman of BSP and Liberal Islamic Alliance said, I am the son of Fatikchari, I have always tried to stand by the people of Fatikchari during the disaster. I want to be by the side of the people of Fatikchari for any need of the people of Fatikchari in the future. Fatikchari is my area, but there has been massive development throughout the country during the tenure of the current government, but the desired development has not happened in Fatikchari.
At this time, he demanded to include the country's mosque imams, khatibs, muezzins, temple priests, servants, church pastors in the government revenue.
BSP's co-chairman Advocate Kazi Mohsin Chowdhury, Vice Chairman Md Monir Hossain, Maulana Ruhul Amin Bhuiyan Chandpuri, Vice Chairman and Chittagong District President SM Sahab Uddin, Additional Secretary General Mufti Baki Billah Al-Azhari, Krishak Sramik Party (KSP) Senior Joint Secretary General and Liberal Islamic Alliance Public Relations Secretary Md. Sohail Samad Bachchu and others were present.