Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Khaleda endorses Jalil remarks about elections

Sees conspiracy behind education policy

BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia endorsed ex-Awami League general secretary Abdul Jalil''s London remarks that Awami League came to power following an understanding with the military-backed caretaker government, reports UNB.
"There is no reason to disbelieve the remarks by the general secretary of the party in power," she said while... addressing a meeting on Monday night with a delegation of Teacher-Employee Oikya Jote to mark the World Teacher Day and on the proposed National Education Policy at her Gulshan office.
Opposing the proposed education policy, Khaleda said if this policy is implemented, joblessness would be created door-to-door upsetting the government agenda for providing job to every house.
The former Prime Minister apprehended the proposed education policy would harm the country religiously and socially. She urged the teachers to build up resistance in phases if such an education policy harms national interest.
Khaleda smelt foreign conspiracy behind the proposed education policy, saying that the present situation has come to such a pass that "not only you will lose your jobs, but you will lose the country and sovereignty."
She called for salvaging the country with united efforts by implementing action programs in phases.
The BNP chairperson observed that having experienced the past nine months'' rule, people started realizing that the country would not have landed into such a situation if BNP were in power.
Khaleda said the present government wants to erase the memories of slain President Ziaur Rahman who ensured freedom of all religious faiths. She said, "Any bid to banish Zia will boomerang and Zia will be more popular to the people."
Chief coordinator of the Teacher-Employee Oikya Jote principal Selim Bhuiyan led the delegation.
Leaders of various teacher and employees'' organizations of education sector were on the delegation. Among them were secretary-general of Bangladesh College Teachers Association principal Mogisuddin Mahmud, chairman of Bangladesh Madrasha Teachers Association MA Latif and its secretary-general Delwar Hossain, secretary-general of Bangladesh Higher Secondary Teachers Association principal Mahbubur Rahman Mollah and M Zakir Hossain, secretary-general Bangladesh Headmasters Association.
Criticizing the proposed national education policy the delegation leaders called for raising voice under Leadership of the Opposition in Parliament Khaleda Zia for canceling the national education policy which did not incorporate Islamic education and deprecated it as well.
BNP secretary-general Khandaker Delwar Hossain and BNP leaders former Education Minister Dr Osman Farruk and former state minister for education Ehsanul Huq Milon also spoke at the function.

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