Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the people of the country have given a befitting reply to those who wanted to remove the Awami League and bring their slaves to power. He made this comment at a discussion meeting with Awami League leaders and workers in Tungipara on Saturday afternoon.
At that time, criticizing BNP, the Prime Minister said that BNP has become more divided by sabotage on October 28 in the name of movement.
Sheikh Hasina said, BNP does not have a leader, so they will not participate in the elections. BNP made a drama of entering the office by breaking the lock themselves.
Prime Minister urged to continue development work without wasting time. He also expressed his determination to build a developed country by ignoring all conspiracies.
Earlier today, the Chief Minister left for Tungipara by road from Ganabhaban at around 9 o’clock in the morning. He reached Tungipara around 11:30 pm. Later, the Prime Minister paid his respects at the mausoleum of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
At that time the new cabinet members were also present there. This is the Prime Minister’s first visit after forming the government.