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Emajuddin’s comments on Jamaat ‘personal opinion’: BNP

bvvvvBangladesh Nationalist Party secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Wednesday said the comments of former Dhaka University vice-chancellor Emajuddin Ahmed over national unity were ‘absolutely his personal opinion’.
He (Emajuddin) also gave a rejoinder in this context yesterday, he said.
Mirza Fakhrul made the remarks a day after Emajuddin Ahmed, also an adviser to the party, on Tuesday called on all the political parties to form a national unity without Jamaat-e-Islami.
Fakhrul at a press conference at the party central office at Naya Paltan in the city said BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia called for forging national unity out of her responsibility to the nation in the context of reality.
And, the party is discussing primarily with different political parties over the issue, Fakhrul continued.
The government has been executing its blueprint to eliminate the opposition party in a planned way since it came to the power in 2008, he said.
As a part of that, the BNP chairperson was evicted from her cantonment house and the latest example is Moudud Ahmed, BNP’s standing committee member.
The Appellate Division on Tuesday declared a house in which Moudud Ahmed has been residing for long as ‘government’s abandoned property’, paving the way for evicting the former minister from the house.
The court made the declaration accepting appeals of the Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha and the government filed to scrap the High Court verdict that, on August 12, 2010, directed RAJUK to mutate the house in the name of Moudud’s brother Monzur Ahmed in 30 days.