BNP leader Moudud Ahmed speaking at a token hunger strike in the city on Wednesday. -Jahidul Islam
Bangladesh Nationalist Party's (BNP) standing committee member Barrister Moudud Ahmed has said that the upcoming political programs of BNP would deluge boat which is Awami League's symbol. He warned the government about tougher activities which would be declared soon.
Moudud Ahmed made these remarks on Wednesday in the capital's Engineers Institution at 10 am while addressing a token hunger strike demanding the release of BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia.
Moudud Ahmed said to BNP leaders and activists at the program, "The government has become scared which is why it is lodging cases against BNP leaders one after another. Very soon stringent political programs will be carried out against the ruling party."
He further said that it would not be possible to release Khaleda Zia in legal process. He called upon BNP supporters to pour out on to the streets with strong agitations to get Khaleda Zia out of prison.
Moudud Ahmed said, "There is a minister who has said that BNP lawyers do not know about laws. That minister has forgotten the fact that the constitution is the highest law. So, the constitution is much greater than a minister's comments."
He asked BNP leaders and activists to get prepared for a larger movement as time is very short. BNP would teach the government a very good lesson, he told the audiences.
It may be added that a court imprisoned Begum Khaleda Zia for five years on 8 February this year over Zia Orphanage Trust corruption case. BNP has been making hectic efforts for Khaleda Zia's release from prison through different programs.
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