Information Minister Hasan Mahmud said, if BNP dreams of rear, Khaleda Zia should suppose about returning to jail.
This was said by Hashan Mahmud during an exchange of views with intelligencers in the meeting room of the ministry in the secretariat on Monday autumn.
In response to a question about BNP leader Aman Ullah Aman’s recent comment’ After December 10, the country will run on the words of Khaleda Zia’, the minister further said,’ Aman Ullah Aman Sahib presumably pictured of commodity like this.
Awami League Joint General Secretary Hashan Mahmud said,’ If Aman Ullah Aman Saheb continues to conjure upside down about running the country, also the government should suppose whether the kindness shown by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to Begum Khaleda Zia is necessary at each, or she should be transferred to captivity again.’
In response to a question about BNP leader Ruhul Kabir Rizvi’s commentary on mortal rights activist Sultana Kamal, Hasan Mahmud said,” With due respect to Sultana Kamal, I want to say that she’s a mortal rights activist, a prominent intellectual and I myself don’t agree with numerous of her statements.” utmost of his statements are against the government. thus, it’s ungracious and rude to attack him tête-à-tête.
The Information Minister said that those who are similar mortal rights activists or critics, who see effects from their own point of view, their statements can be blamed but it isn’t applicable to be a particular attack. Hashan Mahmud said,” WhenMr. Rizvi said that he was an Awami League agent while speaking about Sultana Kamal, whenMr. Rizvi called Mirza Fakhrul an agent of the Awami League, I’m upset.”
In response to a question about BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir’s comment that’ Pakistan was better’, Broadcasting Minister Hasan Mahmud said,’ If you dissect Mirza Fakhrul Sahib’s statement, it means that it wasn’t right to come Bangladesh. That is, according to him, it would have been better if Zia had been major. Because, if Bangladesh wasn’t created, Zia would have remained a major, he couldn’t have come a major general.
The information minister said,” Mirza Fakhrul Sahib has disrespected all the killers of our emancipation war, freedom, emancipation war and he should be disqualified from politics in Bangladesh through similar statements. Any other country would have taken colorful legal measures against him and he’d have been disqualified from politics in that country. But sorely true, I do not see the way it demanded to be bandied and anatomized.’