Allah involved in politics on behalf of Jatiya Party: Ershad
Poriborton Correspondent 5:49 pm, July 04, 2017
Jatiya Party chairman Hussain Muhammad Ershad, expressing sorrow that ‘he does not see any good news in cursed Bangladesh,’ has remarked that Allah is doing politics on behalf of Jatiya Party. He said, “Jatiya Party is surviving tolerating many persecutions and injustice. It was about to be erased and destroyed. I was taken in prison, many party leaders were taken in jail; many have died. The party was tried to be broken, but it is not destroyed. Because, Allah is doing politics on behalf of Jatiya Party.”
“Allah wants change, he is helping Jatiya Party to free Bangladesh from the curse,” opined this former dictator.
He said these things at the capital's Gulshan on Tuesday noon at Dhaka Metropolitan North Jatiya Party's Eid Re-union program.
Ershad said, “Now every day I only see the news of deaths. Every day, there are news of deaths. At present, only rapes and deaths are going on in the country. I do not see any good news. We did not want this country. We wanted a beautiful country, but why is this country so bloody? We do not want this country. A change is needed to liberate this country from curse.”
Jatiya Party's Senior Co-Chairperson and leader of the opposition Rowshan Ershad, Jatiya Party's Co-Chairman GM Quader, Secretary General ABM Ruhul Amin Hawladar, Chairman of the National Islamic Grand Alliance Abu Naser also spoke among others in the program.
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