Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has stressed the need to prepare the young generation in the spirit of liberation war and in the spirit of Father of the Nation in order to take the country on the path of development and prosperity with the aim of building a progressive society based on knowledge and science. He called upon the Juba League to take a leading role in this regard.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has stressed
The Prime Minister said we want to prepare the young generation to take Bangladesh forward in the future.
He said this while addressing a discussion meeting on the occasion of 49th founding anniversary of the Awami Juba League here on Wednesday afternoon.
From Ganobhaban, he virtually participated in the discussion meeting organized by Krishibid Institution Auditorium (KIB) through video conference.
In response to the demand of BNP leaders
In response to the demand of BNP leaders to send Khaleda Zia abroad, the Prime Minister said that they have shown utmost sympathy by allowing BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia to stay at home and get the best treatment in the country.
On the other hand, Khaleda Zia, who was convicted of embezzling orphans’ money, has been accused of patronizing Bangabandhu’s assassins as well as committing inhumane crimes such as celebrating her birthday on August 15, the day the father of the nation was brutally murdered.
He asked the BNP leaders, what are they expecting from us? We let him stay at home and get free treatment in the best hospital in the country. Isn’t that enough? Isn’t that a great generosity? We have shown it (generosity).
He asked the BNP leaders
Juba League Chairman Sheikh Fazle Shams Parsh presided over the discussion while Awami League presidium member and former youth leader Jahangir Kabir Nanak addressed the discussion. Among the former Juba League leaders, Awami League Organizing Secretary Mirza Azam MP and Harunur Rashid spoke. Juba League general secretary Moinul Hossain Khan conducted the entire meeting.
Juba League Chairman Sheikh Fazle Shams Parsh presided
Video messages of eminent citizens of the country were also broadcast on the occasion. Among them, the former vice-chancellor of Dhaka University and chairman of the board of directors of the Bangladesh News Agency, Prof. AAMS Arefin Siddique, former state minister for information Tarana Halim, former vice-chancellor of Jagannath University. Mizanur Rahman, Manjurul Islam, Editor-in-Chief of DBC News, Mustafiz Shafi, Senior Journalist of Dainik Samakal and Shafi Mandal, a prominent Baul artist.