Gana Forum leaders on Friday blamed the incumbent cabinet and parliament members for destabilising the country’s economy and social security.
Addressing a discussion at Institute of Diploma Engineers Bangladesh auditorium in Dhaka, party’s central leaders urged people to get united against the misrule.
Although, the party chief Kamal Hossain said he would prefer peaceful dialogue with the concerned authorities in search of accountability and good governance.
Chair of the discussion Kamal Hossain said the finance minister should reveal the name of perpetrators who took away Bangladesh’s reserve in New York and also looted other state-owned banks.
The party’s executive president, Subrata Chowdhury, came down hard on the government for allowing loyal politicians and businessmen in looting public money by.
Citing that the government was blocking every means of democratic practices, former Awami League organising secretary Sultan Mahmood Mansur said, ‘The persons currently leading the ruling party do not carry the ideals of Bangabandhu [country’s founding president Sheikh Mujibur Rahman].’
Gana Forum general secretary Mostafa Mohsin Montu said the government was trying to silence the voice of media.
Party treasurer Mohiudding Quader, labour affairs secretary Zan-e-Alam, joint-secretary AOM Shafiqullah, among others, addressed the discussion.
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