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JOF's 'nat'l dialogue' a drama: Dr Hasan

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Staff Reporter :
Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud on Friday said that Jatiya Oikyafront's 'National Dialogue' would be one kind of drama.
After debacle in the election, the BNP has been looking for a new strategy to bounce back. Dialogue may be that carrier in the present circumstances. Thinking it, the BNP leaders are going to arrange a dialogue, say the political observers.
The Information Minister said that such decision would not be fruitful because of leadership crisis.
He said, political dialogue would not give them
 any scope to gain people's trust.
He said it at Bangabandu Avenue's Bangladesh Awami League Central Office as the chief guest in the Dhaka Metropolitan Awami League (South) extended meeting.
Dr Hasan Mahmud said, TIB is trying to fuel the loser. They were not the enlisted observer in December 30 election. Yet it (TIB) released a report on election irregularities.
 "TIB's report reflects the opinion of the BNP and Jamaat."
Information Minister said, AL led grand alliance won the election because of the people support. They have faith in the Awami League, because during AL, people get development.

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