Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said, we wanted to know from India about their comment on NRC. Then, on behalf of Indian government their foreign minister delivered comment in Dhaka. From that we have got that Bangladesh has nothing to be worried.
He said these while responding questions of the newsmen after an agreement signing ceremony with Korea Expressway Corporation for the maintenance activities of Padma Bridge at Setu Bhaban on Thursday.
Obaidul Quader said, who saying what sporadically in India are not our considerable matters. What the Indian government is saying will be considerable.
When the newsmen wanted to know whether Awami League would leave Rangpur-3 constituency to Jatiya Party, Obaidul Quader said, it was the seat of Jatiya Party according to the alliance decision, it was HM Ershad’s seat.
He said, Jatiya Party is in the opposition bench. At the moment they can come to the election separately, it is their matter. If they want the seat under alliance then we will consider that. At the moment we have candidate. Nothing can be said until the discussion is held.