Awami League advisory council member Amir Hossain Amu on Wednesday (June 7, 2023) said there is no scope to invite anyone to dialogue regarding the next general election.
“There is no scope to invite anyone (to join dialogue) and none was invited,” he said.
The AL senior leader was addressing a discussion arranged by Bangladesh Awami League (AL) at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre in the city, marking the historic 6-Point Day.
The remark came a day after he reportedly said it is not possible to resolve the crisis through any other means than dialogue.
Amu on Wednesday said the next general election will be held as per the Constitution as the leader of AL-led 14-party alliance and also Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed firm conviction to hold the polls in free, fair and neutral manners.
“Today the election will be held on the basis of the Constitution. It can't allow the creation of a constitutional vacuum in the country,” he added.
Amu said conspiracies continued repeatedly regarding elections, starting from 2013.
“None was told about talks. None was invited to discussion,” he said.
Amu claimed that he on Tuesday said the BNP accepted defeat in dialogue in 2013 and then the election was held in a fair manner in 2014.