Published:  03:56 PM, 08 September 2018

Action started against those violating party disciplines: Qauder

 Action started against those violating party disciplines: Qauder
Urging the grassroots leaders not to create any indiscipline and chaos in the party, Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Saturday said action against those violating discipline in the party has started.

Show-cause notices will be served within three days, said Quader while addressing a rally at Tangail railway station.

Issuing a warning to party local leaders, he said, "Don't try to build houses in a house...Sheikh Hasina's action is direct action."

About the demand of local leaders and general people, he said a train service will be launched on Dhaka-Tangail route soon for the office-going people.

An Awami League delegation, led by party general secretary ObaidulQuader, left Kamalapur Railway Station in the capital for Nilphamari by a train on Saturday morning, aiming to carry out electioneering in northern districts.

They will hold more than 11 rallies at railway stations in Tangail, Pabna, Natore, Bogura, Jaipurhat, Dinajpur and Nilphamari districts, said AL Rajshahi unit organising secretary Khaled Mahmud Chowdhury.

Talking to reporters at the Kamalapur Railway Station before his departure, Quader said the aim of the train journey is to reach the message of development works carried out by the AL government to grassroots level and strengthen the party.

The organisational activities of the party will play an important role in making grassroots people aware about the 'rumor politics' of BNP and Jamaat, he said.

The delegation members include AL joint secretary Jahangir Kabir Nanak, publicity and publication secretary DrHasan Mahmud, organising secretaries Ahmad Hossain, Abu Sayed AL Mahmud Swapan, Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury, cultural secretary Ashim Kumar Ukil and BiplobBarua.


Quader, also the Road, Transport and Bridges minister said, "This journey is our election journey. The tour will continue. We'll launch campaign on September 13. Then, it's scheduled to start our campaign to Chattogram, Mymensingh and Kishoreganj by road."
He said, "The upcoming election will be a competitive one and we've to take preparations considering this. If there's any internal dispute, we've to solve. This campaign is to revitalise the grassroots leaders."

Railways Minister MujibulHaque was present at the station to see the team off.



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