Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader after handing down the verdict of the August 21 grenade attack case on Wednesday said his party Awami League is not unhappy with the verdict although it is not fully satisfied.
After attending a deal signing programme of metro rail project at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre, Quader, also the road transport and bridges minister, told the reporters that ‘Though it was late, Awami League is not unhappy getting the verdict.’
‘But we are not fully satisfied as the mastermind of the grenade attack should get maximum punishment,’ he said without mentioning the name of Bangladesh Nationalist Party acting chairman Tarique Rahman who got life term jail in the verdict.
Awami League will come up with its formal reaction at a press conference at Dhanandi office of the party president Sheikh Hasina in the evening.
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