Bangladesh Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Stress Minister Obaidul Quader said that illegal parking, illegal installations will be evicted on the highways by issuing notice in the next seven days with the commitment to bring the discipline back.
On Friday (January 11th), he directed the Dhaka-Tangail highway to undertake the work of widening four-lane of Chandra in Gazipur and the progress of construction of flyovers.
Obaidul Quader said, the priority of the government is to bring discipline and discipline into the road is priority. Therefore, the Roads and Highways Department has directed that the roads, highways, which are illegally occupied with seven days notice, will be free from illegal occupation. Now we have to do this work. Later, there are various political pressures, it can not be done under pressure. We have decided to free the roads from illegal occupation. The work will start in Bangladesh with a seven day notice.
Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader said that the remarks of the BNP-led national united front are in dialogue, they said that if they think this election is not correct, they can say it. We will say that the people voted in the election, the Awami League and Sheikh Hasina have won. There is no question anywhere in this world around this election. Not even in Bangladesh, people are not there. They were rejected by people but not voting.
He said those who were rejected in the movement, the people also rejected them in the elections. Now they should raise their demands and make every move to question the election, the people of Bangladesh have no application for their claim.
During this time, Dhaka divisional caretaker engineer Sabuj Uddin Khan, Additional Deputy Commissioner Dinar Alam Chowdhury, Additional Superintendent of Police Aminul Islam and senior officials of Roads and Highways Department were also present.