INSIDE OUT Political pledges trail on ingenious events?
Utpal Dutta : Suspicion, feeling of distrust, disbelieves have been seen around keeping pace with the days reckoning general election yet to be held. The restless syndrome prevails both in ruling party and the main opposition as well!
Sheikh Hasina called upon the people, including AL leaders and activists, to stay alert to conspiracies ahead of the next general election.
The urge made a single day before BNP, the main opposition had held their rally, an open appearance to the public followed by a full year.
BNP after all gave a clear message to the Awami League and the international community as to its inclination for coming national election, they are going to take part for sure, as they extends the message at Sunday’s Rally on 30 September
The party placed 12 goals at the rally and its leaders said those were a sort of electoral pledges.
With 12 goals placed at the rally BNP come up with the interpretation that those goals as electoral pledges.
BNP, the main opposition who cast-off the previous election now perceived and experienced the upshot of their engrossed decision that eventually proves to be wrong and shove them to the fringe of the political ground. cope of suspicion, disbelief, and wariness comes out most naturally.
Conspiracies are all around, prime minister insisted to be awaken. Keeping in mind that the party Awami League has been moving forward combating huge impediments and obstructions. Consequently, she urged her party to be remain alert.
Recalling the party’s defeat in the 1991 and 2001 national elections she call attention, there was a deep-rooted conspiracy in 2001, while the conspiracy in 1991 was from within and outside the party as well.
She said AL leaders and activists always have to keep in mind that there were strong opponents who were the defeated forces of 1971 and the killers of 1975.
There is no room for complacency as it will invite an inevitable fall, remarks Shekh Hasina while she has arrived after a week-long staying in Abroad.
Extracting from the 73rd UNGA session prime minster imparted her views, experience and other high-level events as well as her meetings with world leaders as very successful. Other superior events including high-level events were successful, she added.
“The conspirators are still conspiring … …” express deep cocerns Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
BNP, now, crawls on from the undersurface to the surface, sure enough, willing to approaches the upcoming election. The opposition took too long time to find their root that is already dried out at times in the political ground. The entire observation has been evolved among the political activist across the country.
Political ties are seen to grow increasingly and sporadically before upcoming poll. Which is further wrapped up with pledges, plea, and activities.
But the story of the inside out is obscured and fragile unlike what people expect to harvest from the poll ahead. What remains inside is not seen from outside, in contrast, what is outside doesn’t seem to be living inside. People are not to be supposed to pass their livelihood grabbing a political puzzle in their poor industrious hands.
Suspicion, fear, mistrust, are some of particles that overcast the sky – the political ground of both the ruling and opposition party.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday said since Bangladesh has earned a dignified position on the world stage, there is no room for complacency as it will invite an inevitable fall.
People of Bangladesh don’t want to experience a bitter fall, neither have they keened to watch the obscured ‘Inside-out’ play.
Following a gulf of fear and anxiety the will be longing for the dreams of a free, fair poll that will bring out them a change that would fed them with not only ‘dignity’ but the produce of the development.