Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has commented that BNP and their mentors did not want elections, the politics of dishonest advice of these mentors will not continue in Bangladesh. He made this comment while participating in the exchange of greetings with the public at Ganobhaban on Tuesday afternoon.
The Prime Minister said, ‘The leaders and workers of those who did not participate in the elections are disappointed. After 1975, Awami League has brought back people’s voting rights in the country.
Sheikh Hasina said, ‘BNP made various conspiracies to prevent the election. Bangladesh will not be able to continue if you listen to the rabbis. This is the reality. If it’s honest advice, that’s good. Elections will not be allowed, where did these threats go? The politics of the dishonest advice of the counselors will not work in Bangladesh.
Awami League president said, ‘The 12th parliamentary election has been competitive. If two or four parties do not come to the election, nothing happens. Those who wanted to play with the election failed.’
Thanking everyone involved including the Election Commission for organizing an orderly election, the head of government said, ‘It has been proved that a fair, free, impartial and peaceful election can be held even under a party government.’
The Prime Minister urged everyone to be careful so that there is no conflict anywhere in the country after the elections.
Awami League led by Sheikh Hasina won the 12th National Parliament election on January 7. The party secured a single majority by winning 222 seats. As a result, Awami League is going to form the government for the fourth time in a row and the fifth time in total.