Inu urges youths to resist conspiracies over next election
DHAKA – Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (JSD) President and Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu today urged the youths to resist allconspiracies regarding the upcoming general election.
“The young generation should work to keep the country on the path of constitution, election, democracy, peace and development,” he said while addressing a youth conference at JSD office in the city.
Jatiya Jubo Jote, the youth wing of JSD, organised the conference marking its 14th founding anniversary, said an official release here.
Jatiya Jubo Jote President Rokanuzzaman Rokan presided over the conference addressed by Executive President of JSD Rabiul Alam and Bangladesh Awami Jubo League General Secretary Harun Or Rashid, among others.
Inu said they (youths) also have to work for removing discrimination, corruption and drug abuse from the society.
“BNP is yet to come out of politics of conspiracy. The summery of their demands are to establish an unconstitutional government and release of convicted criminals, including Khaleda,” he said.
BNP’s demands of Sheikh Hasina’s resignation, abolishment of the parliament and formation of neutral government are nothing, but a conspiracy to create a constitutional vacuum, Inu said, adding that release of any sentenced person, including Khaleda, is the matter of court.