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Hamidur Rahman Azad disapproves the false report of Daily Manab Zamin; refutes the claim of distance between Jamaat and BNP
Tuesday, 03rd May, 2016
Central Executive Committee member of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami and former member of the Parliament Hamidur Rahman Azad has issued the following statement on 3rd May, 2016 protesting and disapproving the baseless information of a report of Bengali Daily ‘Manab Zamin titled “হেফাজত-জামায়াতকে ঘিরে রাজনীতিতে নয়া সমীকরণ” (New calculation in the Politics centering Jamaat-Hefajot quarters) published on last 1st May.
 
“The report of the Bengali Daily Manab Zamin has told about some distance between Jamaat and BNP which is not true at all. Regarding the report of the Manab Zamin, our clear stance is, Jamaat still exists in 20 party alliances. There is no chance of raising question about this issue.
 
Representatives of Jamaat-e-Islami had taken part in the recently held council of BNP. So the claim of the Daily Manab Zamin that Jamaat is not participating in any program of BNP or 20 party alliances is untrue. But it is fact that as no joint programs are declared under the banner of the 20 party alliances in recent times, so there are apparent lacking in communication. The communication would be bolstered when the programs for movement will be declared. In the municipality and the Union council polls, BNP and Jamaat have participated separately. These two parties are not taking part in these elections under the banner of the alliance.
 
The partner of the 20 party alliances will implement the decision as usually which will be taken from the perspective of the alliance. On the other hand, each and every party has some distinctive programs. So no confusion should be created with the party’s separate and the alliance’s combined programs.
 
In this backdrop, I am urging the authority of Daily Manab Zamin not to publish such bogus and baseless report about Jamaat-e-Islami and expecting that they would publish this rejoinder properly to lessen the public confusion.”