Govt not to interfere in election, says Tofail 

United News of Bangladesh . Dhaka | Published: 00:00, Aug 29,2018 | Updated: 23:38, Aug 28,2018

 
 

Commerce minister Tofail Ahmed speaks at a discussion commemorating Bangabandhu at Aparajeya Bangla at Dhaka University on Tuesday. — UNB photo

Commerce minister Tofail Ahmed said on Tuesday said that the government will not interfere in the upcoming national parliamentary election.
‘So we hope all parties including BNP will join the next election,’ he added.
The minister made the remarks at a discussion commemorating Bangabandhu held on Aparajeyo Bangla premises of Dhaka University. Bangladesh Chhatra League DU unit organised the programme to observe the 43rd national mourning day.
Tofail, however, cautioned that the government will take strict action if anyone tries to destabilise the country in the name of hartal and blockade centring the upcoming election. ‘We hope all parties will join the upcoming election. But BNP’s existence will be at a stake if it does not join the next general election,’ said Tofail, also a leader of ruling Awami League.
The commerce minister said, ‘The election will be held on time as per the constitution. The Election Commission will conduct the election with efficiency, honesty and devotion under this ruling party.’
Presided over by BCL DU unit president Sanjit Chandra Das, Dhaka University Teachers’ Association president Professor ASM Maksud Kamal, BCL central president Md Rezanul Huq Chowdhury Shovon, general secretary Golam Robani and BCL DU unit general secretary Saddam Hossain, among others, spoke at the programme.

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