Democratic World Not Happy With Current Scenario In Bangladesh: Fakhrul

Secretary General Of BNP Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir. Photo: Collected

Secretary General Of BNP Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir. Photo: Collected

Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, the secretary general of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) said that the democratic world, including the United States, is not satisfied with the current scenario in Bangladesh. They are doing what they feel beneficial to them, without going against the people of Bangladesh. 

He made the statement while talking to reporters at the party chairperson’s office in the capital’s Gulshan area on Wednesday. 

At this time while drawing his attention regarding the ongoing Dhaka trip of US assistant secretary Donald Lu, a journalist sought to know if he feels that the western world has shifted its previous stance in favour of a free and fair election in Bangladesh. 

In response, the BNP leader said, “I don’t know in which stance you thought them to be. What we have seen is that they are talking in favour of a free, fair, and neutral election, and they still maintain it.” 

Arguing in favour of his statement, Mirza Fakhrul Islam noted also that the US human rights report had mentioned more issues than those the local media speak about. It proves that they are not happy with the current situation in Bangladesh. 

He also mentioned the courtesy of maintaining diplomatic relations among the countries. 

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