‘Ongoing crisis can overcome with concerted efforts’
Published: 05:44 PM, 18 May 2020 Updated: 05:45 PM, 18 May 2020
Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader; File Photo
Have confidence in Sheikh Hasina, the leader who has been constantly working to the country people in the crisis. The ongoing crisis can overcome through the concerted efforts, said Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Monday at a press conference at his official residence in the capital.
Commenting that the BNP did not play a responsible role during the ongoing crisis in the country, the Awami League General Secretary said, “BNP is constantly harassing the government instead of standing by the people in this critical period of the country.”
“Put your trust in Sheikh Hasina. In Sha Allah, the ongoing disaster can overcome through concerted joint efforts. The deeper the night in crisis, the closer the door of possibility will come.”
“We are watching with concern that people are rushing towards the village in groups ahead of Eid,” he also said. “Besides, the shopping malls are overcrowded on the occasion of Eid, increasing the risk of infection.”
He requested to celebrate Eid in their respective places in compliance with the health rules.
On the occasion of Eid, Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader requested the leaders and workers to be by the side of the helpless and jobless day laborers. Along with government support, the Awami League has rushed to stand by the helpless people. Is going to help in various ways. “I will appeal to the rich during this crisis of coronavirus. They should stand by the side of unemployed day laborers, expatriates, and helpless people.”
Addressing those working on the frontlines of the coronavirus war, Obaidul Quader said, “Do not lose your morale under any circumstances.”
The countrymen respect you deeply for the risk you are taking in this crisis. You will not be disappointed, we will win In Sha Allah under the direction of Sheikh Hasina, Obaidul Quader said.