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BNP’s strike has lost its rhythm: Prime Minister

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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has commented that BNP’s hartal has lost its rhythm. He made this comment while talking to reporters after voting at 8 am on Sunday at the Dhaka City College Center in the capital.

In response to a question about BNP, Sheikh Hasina said, BNP is a terrorist group. They don’t believe in elections. BNP has been rigging votes since birth. BNP’s strike has lost momentum.

The Prime Minister said that the polls will be free and fair. For this we want people’s cooperation.

Expecting victory in the election, the Awami League president said, ‘Our boat will win again. I will realize the status of a developing country, God willing.’

Addressing the voters, Sheikh Hasina said, ‘I have struggled a lot for the vote. Hopefully, all the people of the country will come to the center to vote. I am always confident. Because the people are with me.’

In response to the question whether the US will ban their visas for doing anti-election activities with strikes and blockades, the Prime Minister said, ‘I don’t care what anyone outside said about the elections. Bangladesh is a sovereign democratic country. I do not want foreigners to say anything to any political party and person of our country.’

Sheikh Hasina said, ‘We have accountability to the people of the country. The big thing is how people are taking the election. It doesn’t matter what a terrorist group says.’

At that time, the Prime Minister said, ‘I have managed to bring a voting environment in the country. Everyone come to exercise your right to vote. Vote for your favorite candidate. Continue the country’s democratic process.’

At this time, the Prime Minister paid tribute to the four national leaders and Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.


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