Dec 30 election – great example of palatial trick: Dr. Kamal

Dhaka, Jan 10 – Jatiya Oikya Front Convener Dr Kamal Hossain on Thursday termed the 30 December election as a great example of palatial trick. He said through this election, the ruling party have played a drama with the 17 crore general people.
Kamal came up with the remarks while addressing a discussion on the occasion of the Homecoming Day of the architect of the country’s independence and Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur
Rahman at the Dhaka Reporters’ Unity auditorium in the capital, organized by the Gano Forum.
He urged to the government to hold a national dialogue regarding the parliamentary election and December 30 election will not ensure legality and stability of the government.
He also said there are so many people, the crime against humanity; who are staying in different countries without trial. It should be ensured.
AL formed the government for the third consecutive terms as her party got more than 252 seats out of total 299 in the 11th national election but it was not a free and fair election, said he.
“Really I think, those who conducted such election, the people have exposed their unhealthy mentality, which they have made mistakenly,” said he adding that without a free, fair and credible election, no one
cannot be representative of the mass people.
Kalam said the father of the nation Bangabandhu was always uncompromising. He was persistent in his principle.
ASM Abdur Rob said Oikya Front does not build any relations with the militants and war criminal. We do politics along with people for the people.
He said the ruling party has used the administration and law enforcement power in a naked way in the 30 December election.
Gonoforum leader Major (Retd) Asaduzzaman said, only Kamal Hossain can give the direction to the nation as a sole heir of Bangabandhu, no one else can give.
Ganoforum executive president Subrata Chowdhury, Prof Abu Sayeed, Rafiqul Islam Kamal, Mokabbir Khan, and leaders of Ganoforum were present in the discussion with among others.
Bangabandhu returned to independent Bangladesh via London and New Delhi on January 10 in 1972 after 290 days of captivity in a Pakistan jail. – Staff Reporter