At a programme in Kushtia on Wednesday, Inu said Awami will not be able to return to power even in thousand years without the support of his party, Jatiya Party and other major partners of the 14-party alliance.

Rizvi also voiced concern over the sudden rise in the incidents of enforced disappearance, killing and abduction.

He said a private university teacher and a BNP leader were made disappeared in the capital while a businessman fell victim of it in Khulna recently. "The incidents of enforced disappearance and killing have turned epidemic."

 (Just News/gy/2300hr)" /> Just News :: BNP calls Inu’s diatribes against govt ‘honeymoon break’
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09 November 2017, Thursday
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BNP calls Inu’s diatribes against govt ‘honeymoon break’
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Dhaka, Nov 9 (Just News): BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi on Thursday said Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu's diatribes against the government have exposed that there is a break in the honeymoon of the Awami League-led alliance.

“We can't understand the reason behind the interruption of honeymoon. Lavishing praising on the government and always criticising BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia were once the menace of Hasanul Haq Inu to remain as a minister,” he said.

Rizvi came up with the comment at a press conference at BNP's Nayapaltan central office as reporters sought his comment on Inu's remarks against Awami League.

Rizvi said Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader explained a bit about the reason behind the interruption of honeymoon of Awami League and the information minister. "You (journalists) can seek further explanation from him as he often runs boat above the hill."

At a programme in Kushtia on Wednesday, Inu said Awami will not be able to return to power even in thousand years without the support of his party, Jatiya Party and other major partners of the 14-party alliance.

Rizvi also voiced concern over the sudden rise in the incidents of enforced disappearance, killing and abduction.

He said a private university teacher and a BNP leader were made disappeared in the capital while a businessman fell victim of it in Khulna recently. "The incidents of enforced disappearance and killing have turned epidemic."

 (Just News/gy/2300hr)
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