The Awami League failed to satisfy its allies in the 14-party assembly

The Awami League failed to satisfy its allies in the 14-party assembly

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Several sources close to yesterday's meeting said Workers Party chief Rashid Khan Menon told the meeting that he had raised several questions during the meeting with the Prime Minister and many of them have not been answered yet. He asked how the alliance can move forward without getting answers to the questions.

Menon also accused the AL of providing inadequate support and seat sharing during the January 7 elections. Menon wanted assurances from the ruling party that it would not repeat such behaviour in future.

Sources also said that Menon said in the meeting that there are other controversial big people like former army chief Aziz Ahmed and former IGP Benazir Ahmed. Speaking against them will harm the government. Also, speaking on issues like inflation and corruption will also go against the government.

Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (JSD) president Hasanul Haq Inu also made several complaints in the meeting. Inu alleged that he was defeated in a planned manner in the last parliamentary election. Naming the central leader of AL, Inu said that he would not attend any program of the alliance in which any leader of the ruling party is involved.

14-party sources said Anwar Hossain Monju of the Jatiya Party (JP) does not usually speak at alliance meetings, but he yesterday questioned whether the 14-party alliance was still relevant given the strength of the AL.

Monju said the AL talks about ideology but the son of a Rajakar (anti-liberation force) is the leader of the ruling party in his area.

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