‘My promise,I would also sacrifice my life like my father for establishing Bangladesh’-PM Hasina

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” There is no need to raise demand to the party as it liberated the country under the leadership of Bangabandhu. Awami League knows well how to ensure development for the people . Have trust and confidence in the Awami League . . . we hope you would give us an opportunity to serve you by making victorious our candidates in all elections in the future,” said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, also the Awami League president. She reminded about her dedication of her life to the interest, welfare and development of the people.

She added “It is my promise that, if needed, I would also sacrifice my life like my father for establishing Bangladesh as a developed and prosperous nation in the world by changing the luck of the people. Awami League president Sheikh Hasina was addressing a mammoth public meeting organized by Lakshmipur district unit of the party at Lakshmipur Stadium Tuesday afternoon, report BSS.

Sheikh Hasina said her father, mother and brothers sacrificed their lives for the country’s independence, changing the lot of the people and bringing their economic emancipation.

Prime Minister added that her government has been working tirelessly to maintain peace and security for the people and build Bangladesh by upholding the spirit of the liberation war.

“We want the country to be developed and prosperous … let’s come to build the country together. We have a firm belief that we could be able to achieve the goal, Insha Allah,” she said.The premier urged the countrymen to work together for building a developed and prosperous Bangladesh as well as a beautiful society.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina called upon the countrymen to keep confidence in the Awami League and reelect the party in the next elections to serve the people again. Prime Minister in her first visit to the southeastern district after 1997, earlier inaugurated ten development projects and laid the foundation stones of 17 others by unveiling plaques at the stadium.
The premier said Awami League has already proved that work for the welfare of the people could be done if there is an intention.
General Secretary of Awami League and Minister for Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader, local MP Shajahan Kamal and other central and local Awami League leaders spoke at the meeting.  General Secretary Nooruddin Chowdhury Nayan conducted the meeting  and district AL president Golam Faruk Pinku was in the chair.

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