Government Policy

Vested quarter trying to push country backwards: Hasan

Awami League Joint General

Secretary and Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud

said that a vested quarter, including BNP-Jamaat, is trying to create

chaos in the country.

“Attempts are being made to create anarchy in the country. When the

country is moving forward, the quarter is trying to push the country

backwards by creating anarchy in the name of religion,” he added.

He said that all the anarchies have been carried out in the name of

Islam in which residence of people and their private cars have been

burnt, some important government departments have been ransacked and

land offices have set on fire. Islam never permits such acts, he

added.

He was speaking as the chief guest at Rangunia Upazila Auditorium

this evening while distributing grant checks, wheelchairs and bicycles

among the disabled people of Fisheries Department from the Information

Minister’s personal optional fund.

Upazila Nirbahi Officer Masudur Rahman presided over the function

while Upazila Parishad Chairman Swajan Kumar Talukder, Vice Chairman

Shafiqul Islam and Women Vice Chairman Advocate Ayesha Akhter, among

others, spoke as special guests.

Dr. Hasan Mahmud said, “Maulana Ahmad Shafi was the Amir of Hefazat

Islam and he hailed from Rangunia upazila. There have been allegations

and lawsuit was filed by his family claiming that Mr. Shafi died

following humiliation and torture.”

The information minister said that nothing is safe in the hands of

those who were involved in torturing and killing an elderly person

like Maulana Ahmad Shafi.

He said that they want to create anarchy in the country and yield

dividend with the cooperation of BNP-Jamaat. “People now understand

their entire ill motives those who want to stop the ongoing

development spree of the country,” he added.

“People of the country will resist their evil efforts. All

mischievous attempts of the vested quarter will go in vein as they

want to use the religion for their personal and party interest,” he

observed.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)