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No traffic jam despite pressure of vehicles, says Quader

Published : Saturday, 15 June, 2024 at 12:00 AM  Count : 113

Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Friday said there is no traffic congestion on the roads and highways despite the pressure of vehicles during of the Eid journey.

He made the remark while speaking at a press conference at the Awami League Presidents Dhanmondi political office in the city on Friday afternoon.
Quader, also the General Secretary of Awami League (AL), directed the authorities concerned to discharge their duties so that nobody can set up cattle market indiscriminately increasing public suffering.

Mentioning that there is no such situation in which there will be traffic jam due to bad road condition, he said the best roads ever in Bangladesh were constructed under the AL government led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
"Sacrificial animal-carrying vehicles and makeshift cattle markets may cause some traffic congestions…it is difficult to avoid suffering when it rains. Attention should be paid to performing responsibilities and surveillance should be increased to prevent untoward accidents and loss of life no roads," he said.

About the BNPs corruption, the AL General Secretary said the corrupt are now talking against corruption. BNP is a top-to-bottom corrupt party, while BNP acting chairman Tarique Rahman is a lessed son of corruption.

BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir made a statement to justify Tarique as a good person. "Mirza Fakhrul did many things due to the threat of Tarique. Now he is saying that he (Tarique) could not be punished," Quader added.

He said Tarique has been convicted and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina stated that now the BNP leader should be brought back to the country to ensure justice.

As long as Tarique Rahman remains the leader of BNP, it is not possible for BNP to make a political reemergence, he said.

About the remand of an AL leader over the killing of lawmaker Anar, the AL General Secretary said it is not right to call anyone a criminal before case is filed and the verdict declared.

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