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Expulsion and resignation from the BNP Who gains who loses

Many top BNP leaders have left the party in the past. Again, many have been expelled on the basis of any incident. But who has benefited from the BNP, or those leaders? Recently, such a question has come up again with the focus on Mirza Abbas who came to the discussion with explosive remarks. Because an explanation has been sought for Abbas’s statement. He has created some conflict with the team. However, he has responded and is less likely to be expelled. Despite this, Abbas’s supporters are trying to prevent the situation from escalating further and to keep him flexible. Some even say with examples that the incident should not be like that of Professor Badruddoza Chowdhury or many others.

BNP leaders and activists at all levels discussed – b. Chowdhury’s departure did not benefit him or the BNP. On the contrary, the BNP would have benefited if he had been in the position of leadership today. Similarly, if Mirza Abbas leaves the party, neither he nor the BNP will benefit. Because even if he is financially rich, if he is not under the banner of BNP, the influence of Abbas in the society will decrease and the leaders and workers of the party think that BNPO will lose a renegade and a big leader.

However, former President Professor Badruddoza Chowdhury, in response to a question from Kaler Kantho, said, “Leaving the BNP is not a loss for me, but a gain.” Because my policy is right. People still love and respect me. ‘The alternative president said,’ It doesn’t matter if my team is big or small. The policy is big and I did not deviate from the policy of Ziaur Rahman. On the contrary, the question is whether the BNP is in Zia’s policy or not. ‘

However, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir thinks, ‘BNP is a huge flowing river. Ziaur Rahman’s family and the people of the country are its strength. As a result, no one else is inevitable in this party. ‘He said, BNP is not a leader-dependent party. Without that, BNP does not believe in communalism. Again values ​​religious values. As a result, the team has survived and will continue to rely on widespread public support. ‘

The founder of public health said. Jafrullah Chowdhury thinks that B Chowdhury, Oli Ahmed and Mannan Bhuiyan have lost their lives as they are not in BNP. Because all three of them have broken up the BNP or weakened the BNP. ‘

‘Being a man of nationalist power, these leaders were not trusted by other parties. As a result, even those leaders could not do anything good, but they have been able to crush the arrogance of the BNP. Because they have been able to bring the BNP to the brink of disaster, even if only a little bit, ”said the representative of Sudhi Samaj, who is known as the well-wisher of the BNP.

Professor B Chowdhury was forced to resign from the post of President on June 21, 2002 under the pressure of a section of the BNP. The party’s founding secretary general was humiliated at the time of the four-party coalition government. The BNP’s distance with B Chowdhury was created at a time when he was the President due to not being able to pay homage to his grave on the death anniversary of BNP founder Ziaur Rahman, not mentioning Ziaur Rahman as a ‘proclaimer of independence’ in the President’s message. That distance has not been bridged till today. Several leaders, including BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, tried to reduce the distance and bring him closer to the BNP, but in the end it was not successful. Although B Chowdhury’s party is now a close ally of the government with three seats in the alternative parliament, the party’s relationship with the government is not very good as the ACC has given notice to Mahi B Chowdhury.

On the other hand, the BNPO is now in a kind of leadership crisis as most of the senior leaders have died. Therefore, besides B Chowdhury, the BNP is remembering Colonel (Retd.) Oli Ahmed, the late Abdul Mannan Bhuiyan and other expelled and expelled leaders of the party. It is said that both of them have suffered due to the departure of those leaders.

Oli Ahmed resigned from the BNP on October 26, 2008, a day before the four-party coalition government left power, along with 24 ministers and MPs. Former Speaker Sheikh Razzak Ali, Jahanara Begum, Anwarul Kabir Talukder, Redwan Ahmed and many others were with Oli at that time. The main reason for the BNP’s distance from Oli was that he was not made a minister despite being a member of the standing committee. Others were made ministers or state ministers but were later dropped. They were all angry with Khaleda Zia or Tareq Rahman in one way or another. That is why they resigned at once. In fact, for the first time, the BNP suffered a major blow in the mutiny just before leaving power.

The BNP then fell into the biggest disaster by proposing reforms on June 25, 2008 under the leadership of Secretary General Abdul Mannan Bhuiyan. Because 104 MPs were with Mannan Bhuiyan then. The 15-point reform proposal was practically a strategy to remove Khaleda Zia from the leadership. Following the incident, BNP’s fifth secretary general Mannan Bhuiyan was expelled from the party on September 3, 2008. Most analysts believe that in those two incidents, the organizational structure of the BNP has suffered the most in the last decade and a half and the seeds of doubt and mistrust have been sown in the BNP, the remnants of which are still going on. The condition of Mannan Bhuiyan and his former whip Ashraf Hossain later became very catastrophic. Towards the end of his life, no leader of the party used to go to his house before he died of cancer. Khaleda Zia did not even allow her body to be taken to the BNP office after her death.

On the other hand, Oli Ahmed later formed the LDP with B Chowdhury, but it did not last long. After the dispute, B Chowdhury separated and formed an alternative. In the 2009 elections, Oli Ahmed was elected MP

However, due to disagreement with the Awami League government, he rejoined the BNP-led 18-party alliance on April 17, 2012. It is learned that despite the efforts and efforts of both the parties, Oli Ahmed did not return to the BNP in the end due to lack of ‘trust’. Although separate parties and later formed the National Open Forum, no one thinks that it is very important in the politics of the country. However, it would have been better if Oli Ahmed had been present.

However, LDP president Oli Ahmed said he was not harmed by the BNP’s departure. “I can’t say whether the BNP has suffered or not,” he told Kaler Kantha on Monday. I am better off socially and politically now. ‘

The party’s secretary general KM Obaidur Rahman was expelled from the BNP after receiving news of ‘secret collusion’ outside these leaders. Although he later returned to the BNP, his importance is thought to have diminished. Besides, Barrister Moudud Ahmed first left the BNP and joined the Jatiya Party and later returned to the BNP and got a place in the party’s standing committee. But until the day before his death, there was a discussion of disbelief in the party about Moudud Ahmed.

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