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Obaidul sees AL's win in next polls

Staff Reporter |
Inserted: 15:43, Saturday 08 September 2018 || Updated: 17:30, Sunday 09 September 2018

Obaidul sees AL's win in next polls - Politics
Ruling Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader addressing a rally at Gharinda Railway Station in Tangail on Saturday (September 8, 2018)

Tqangail: Ruling Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Saturday said Awami League under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina will win the next parliamentary elections after foiling all conspiracy.

Obaidul Quader, also the Road Transport and Bridges Minister, came up with the remarks while addressing a rally at Gharinda Railway Station in Tangail.

An Awami League delegation, led by Obaidul Quader, left Kamalapur Railway Station in Dhaka in the morning for Nilphamari by train to carry out electioneering in northern districts.

“The party leaders who betray the party or rebel against the party nomination will be expelled from the party instantly,” he said.

The AL leader also said those who failed to create anarchy in the country in 2014 are now preparing to create disturbances and indiscipline.

“We along with people of the country will resist their anarchy,” he added.

Quader along with other central party leaders reached the Tangail station around 11:00am and resumed his journey to Nilphamari by the train around 11:30am.

The delegation will hold more than 11 rallies at railway stations in Tangail, Pabna, Natore, Bogra, Joypurhat, Dinajpur and Nilphamari districts, UNB reports quoting AL Rajshahi unit Organising Secretary Khaled Mahmud Chowdhury.

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