Referring to the eight-point demand of the transport workers, Quader said, “We can’t change the Road Transport Act now. If there is any logical demand then we’ll consider it after discussion and they have to wait until the next parliament session.”
The Minister came up with remarks while talking to reporters at the Shetu Bhaban.
Earlier, transport workers went on a 48-hour work abstention from 6 am on Sunday to press home their eight-point demand.
Talking about the seven-point demand of Dr Kamal Hossain-led Jatiya Oikyafront, Quader said, “There is no chance to meet the seven-point demand made by the Dr Kamal and BNP now because if we want meet the seven-point demand we’ll have to change the constitution.”