BNP on the verge of destruction due to infighting...

Dhaka, Tuesday   27 October 2020

BNP on the verge of destruction due to infighting

 Staff Correspondent daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 03:40 PM, 27 September 2020  

BNP on the verge of destruction due to infighting

BNP on the verge of destruction due to infighting

BNP is moving away from mainstream politics due to lack of organizational activities. From the grassroots to the party's national executive committee, Jubo Dal, Sechhasebok Dal, Chhatra Dal, Shromik Dal- everywhere there is more grouping than work. As a result, the incidence of internal-conflict and conflict is increasing day by day.

Party high command is worried about not finding a solution to this problem. Political analysts also fear that the BNP will be lost from politics if the situation does not change.

Multiple sources in the group said that an idle brain is the devil’s workshop. As there is no political activity, the leaders and workers of the party are getting involved in conflicts among themselves. 

Instead of building a strong position in the field of politics, they are turning against themselves in the greed of position and money. The leaders and workers of the party cannot even hold a peaceful meeting at the grassroots level due to internal conflict.

The workers of the party are getting involved in deception in the name of politics. Extortion in the name of founding anniversary and political program has become the political culture of BNP. Which affected at all levels of the team. 

On condition of anonymity, a responsible leader of the party said that the top leaders of the BNP are deliberately keeping the leaders and workers inactive in order to save their own interests. Opponents are being deprived of their positions by letting their loyalists influence the party. Internal conflict is increasing day by day which is leading the party into more chaotic situation.

Political analysts also said that BNP will not be able to return to normal politics unless the problem is resolved soon to stop party lobbying and grouping.

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