The alliance of 14 parties is only in name, partners are in the dark

The alliance of 14 parties is only in name, partners are in the dark

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However, Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (Jasad) chairman Hasanul Haq Inu expressed his hope about large-scale joint political activities in the coming days. If this does not happen, his party will take to the streets with various programmes on issues such as inflation, corruption and money laundering.

The Awami League faced immense political pressure after its defeat to the BNP in the parliamentary elections in 2001. The 14-party alliance was born after a grenade attack on then opposition leader Sheikh Hasina on 21 August 2004.

According to member pirates, unity within the alliance has been declining since 2018.

Workers Party president Rashid Khan Menon acknowledged the growing distance within the alliance and said they were trying to sort out the issues. He informed the main party about the current situation, including the lack of political programs and organizational conduct. Time will decide the rest.

He said, “Now we will go back to our party. We are listening to others. We will take to the streets with our programmes.”

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