Bikalpadhara Bangladesh President AQM Badruddoza Chowdhury has said he would quit politics if his activities harmed people of the country.
“I will retire joyfully [from politics] the day I will feel that my speech and activities have caused harm to the people,” he said in a statement on Sunday in a reaction to the finance minister's suggestion that Badruddoza should retire from politics.
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On Friday, Badruddoza proposed that Finance Minister AMA Muhith should be transferred to a ministry of less significance for his failure to run the ministry. Responding to that comment Muhith said on Saturday that he would retire in December this year. He also suggested that the Bikalpadhara chief should retire too.
“I have read the finance minister's statement regarding his retirement. The finance minister and education minister are men of good qualities. I respect them. I have no personal grievances against them. But it is not wrong to criticize their political and administrative failure,” reads the statement.