The most common thing within the political sphere of Bangladesh is that the Awami League highway party. regardless of how weak the party is, the movement on the streets started and therefore the tide came within the lives of the Awami League leaders and workers.
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Witness the political history of the Awami League. Whenever the party is in a crisis situation, the leaders and workers of the party come right down to the streets.
Just as the Awami League workers fought the highway movement in 1981, they came to the sector in 2020 unitedly on the difficulty of sculpture.
The Awami League came to power for the third time after winning the 11th national election in 2016. Since coming to power, the party has been in the middle of internal strife. There was talk within the political sphere that the Awami League has become organizationally weak thanks to the politics of power.
But if the Awami League proves once more by pointing the finger in the least speculations, the Awami League is exclusive within the movement on the highway.
When the leaders of Hefazat shouted to demolish the sculpture of Bangabandhu, the Awami League became vocal. ranging from the highest echelons of the party, grassroots activists also took to the sector against the stress of Hefazat.
Awami Juba League and Chhatra League activists took positions in Chittagong to resist Hefazat’s joint Secretary General Mamunul, Haque. Mamunul Haque couldn’t attend the pre-arranged meeting at Hathazari in Chittagong thanks to their obstruction.
Ever since the Awami League came to power, the name of the Juba League has come up in various scandals. Juba League means extortion and tender bazaar. But the Juba League has also returned to its old form by that specialize in the sculpture issue. The organization has made its position known on the difficulty of sculpture through various programs.
Other affiliated organizations of the Awami League, pro-Awami professional organizations also came to the fore on the difficulty of sculpture. Hefazat was forced to backtrack on the difficulty of sculpture after seeing such a Rudra idol of Awami League.
Hefazat’s sculpture controversy initially embarrassed the Awami League government, but Hefazat’s demand to bring it back to the party’s old sort of movement has added fuel to the hearth. As a result, after an extended time, the politically conscious people of Bangladesh have seen the Awami League because of the old Awami League on the streets.