BNP leader Moudud Ahmed has threatened the government of a political unrest if it does not accept the seven-point charter of Jatiya Oikyafront, reports The Daily Star.
“If our demands are not accepted before the polls schedule, there will be a storm. That storm will pave way for a free and fair election,” he said.
Moudud was speaking at a discussion programme in Dhaka this afternoon.
The major opposition alliance Jatiya Oikyafront, which includes BNP, is campaigning with a seven-point charter. It prioritises release of BNP chief Khaleda Zia and dissolution of the parliament before the upcoming general election.
“There is no alternative to overthrow an autocratic government without national consensus. This unity will dispose the government’s evil agenda,” Moudud said.