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Govt doing politics over Rohingya relief: Noman


BNP Vice-chairman Abdullah Al Noman alleged that the government is doing politics over the distribution of relief among the Rohingyas refugees, reports UNB.

“Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader is distributing relief in Rohingya camps formally with banners. But no leader of ours is being allowed inside the gate. We’re asked to hand over the relief to the committee formed with the deputy commissioner as its head,” he said.
Speaking at a discussion on Wednesday, Noman also said, “No party, except Awami League, is allowed to carry out the relief activities there as it is doing politics over the issue.”
Jatiya Ganotantrik Andolan arranged the programme at the Jatiya Press Club, marking BNP former standing committee member ASM Hannan Shah’s first death anniversary.
Noman, who recently visited the Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar, said the government being isolated from people is trying to make a political gain by doing politics on the Rohingya issue.
He also said the government has so far failed to take effective steps to overcome the Rohingya problem with international support.
The BNP leader said a democratic and pro-people government is necessary to win international support to resolve serious problems like the Rohingya one.
He called upon all to get united to install a pro-people government through a credible and neutral election, UNB added.
Mentioning that the current government is not willing to hold a fair election enabling people to exercise their right to franchise,
Noman said BNP must unite people to put up a strong resistance against Awami League’s one-party rule.

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