Jatiya Party chairman Golam Mohammad Quader on Friday said that his party was now belonged to no alliance.
While speaking in a representatives’ meeting of Jatiya Hindu Mahajote at Mahanagr Natya Mancha at Gulistan in Dhaka, the deputy leader of the opposition in the parliament, GM Quader, said that they did not form any alliance with Awami League during last national elections but they formed electoral alliance for some constituencies.
‘For this, we have a friendly relation with the Awami League,’ he said.
He said that they wanted to remain with the people of the country and wanted to establish their rights.
‘So, we can remain with Awami League if they ensure good governance in the country. But if Awami League fails to earn the confidence of the people, we will not remain with them,’ Quader said.
GM Quader said that the Awami League government had engulfed in corruptions and that they had taken the mega projects for doing mega corruptions.
‘We have opposed holding next general elections using electronic voting machines, but we did not give any decision to boycott the elections’ Quader said.
JP co- chairman Syed Abu Hossain Babla said that his party would remain beside the religious minorities and ensure their rights.
Hindu Mahajote secretary general Gobinda Chandra Pramanik said that the Hindu minorities were facing attacks and repressions during Awami League regime but did not get any justice.
Chaired by Hindu Mahajote leader Dinabondhu Roy, the programme was also addressed, among others by the organisation president Bidhan Bihari Goshwami, JP presidium member Sunil Shuvo Roy and central leader Sushanta Kumar Chakrabortty.
Several hundred leaders and activists of Mahajote from across the country attended the programme.