:: Peoples Time Online ::
The former president came up with the remark yesterday while talking to reporters after inaugurating JaPa’s digital campaign program for the 11th parliamentary election at his Banani officeJatiya Party (JaPa) Chairman Hussain Muhammad Ershadhas said there is no uncertainty about the national election now and his party is absolutely ready for it.
The former president came up with the remark on Saturday while talking to reporters after inaugurating JaPa’s digital campaign program for the 11th parliamentary election at his Banani office, reports UNB.
“Jatiya Party is now a much stronger political party,” he said, adding that: “The party is prepared to compete in the election from all the 300 constituencies if the BNP does not participate in it. And if BNP joins the election, we will have a different plan.”
Replying to a journalist’s query, Ershad said: “We’re marching forward. Every day, we’ll send out our messages to thousands of people by using digital devices.
“Jatiya Party has reached out to all the voters with its previous development activities and will inform them about its future advancement plans.”
Ershad’s Information Technology and Political Adviser Shafiullah Al Munir, JaPa Secretary General Ruhul Amin Hawlader and presidium members Sunil Suvho Roy and SM Foysal Chisty were present at the program.
JaPa’s activities will be projected to four million people every day through the digital platform campaign where around 40 IT experts will be working round the clock, in three shifts.
Earlier on October 20, JaPa unveiled its plans for the 11th parliamentary polls while announcing a number of demands and future visions for the country if it comes to power, at a grand rally organized by Ershad-led United National Alliance at the Suhrawardy Udyan in Dhaka.
At the rally, Ershad urged the government to ensure a proper atmosphere to hold a free and fair election and also unveiled his party’s 18-point goals to build a happy and prosperous Bangladesh.
The alliance comprises of JaPa, Bangladesh Islamic Front, the Islamic Moha Jote and the Bangladesh Jatiya Jote. The Islamic Moha Jote is made up of 34 Islamic groups and the Bangladesh Jatiya Jote is made up of 22 groups.