Don’t include controversial people to party: Qader
Published: 07:52 PM, 26 October 2019
Awami League General Secretary, Road Transport and Bridge Minister Obaidul Quader said, “Include clean-minded people rather than controversial for increasing the strength of the party. We want to make leadership on the clean image”.
Obaidul Qader said this while speaking at Awami League’s top leadership meeting of Secha Sebok League’s third conference at the political office of Awami League Secretary in Dhanmondi on Friday.
He said there is no place in Awami League for the controversial people. Those who are accused of terrorism, corruption and drug addiction should be excluded from the organization.
Road Transport and Bridge Minister said on emphasizing the need to increase women’s leadership in Secha Sebok League, those women who are interested to join Secha Sebok League, include them.
South Secha Sebok League’s conference will be held on November 11 at the Engineers Institution, Bangladesh (IEB) and the North Secha Sebok League’s conference will be held on November 12 at the Krishibid Institution Bangladesh (KIB) auditorium.
Awami League organizational secretary and founding president of the Secha Sebok League AFM Bahauddin Nasim, convenor of the Secha Sebok League Conference Committee Nirmal Guha, Member Secretary Gazi Mesbaul HossainShachchu were present on the program.
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