‘A minister behind labour unrest’-Fakhrul

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Bangladesh Nationalist Party acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Tuesday said a minister – indicating towards shipping minister Shahjahan Khan – has started a new game to destroy the readymade garment sector.
He made the remarks while addressing a discussion organised by Bangladesh Jatiyatabadi Muktijuddher Prajanma at the Jatiya Press Club.
The BNP spokesman said when the situation in the RMG sector was almost quiet and going on smoothly, suddenly a minister emerged as the ‘leader of garment workers.’
He said, the minister held a rally of apparels workers at Suhrawardy Uddyan by closing garment factories, unleashing vandalism and forcibly bringing the workers, by hiring vehicles and created a chaos.
‘As a result, now anarchy and unrest has erupted in the RMG sector and is going to destroy it’, said the BNP policymaker.
He alleged that this has been staged with a long-term plan to ensure that the economy of Bangladesh cannot raise its head and the country cannot stand on its feet.
‘A new game has now been started, led by a minister, to destroy the sector,’ he said.
The senior BNP leader strongly condemned it and asked the government to immediately resolve the problem, protecting the interest of both garment owners and workers, to pave the way for the garment sector to carry on smoothly with its task.
‘Now, local and foreign conspiracies have started to destroy the garment sector in well-planned way,’ he said.

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