Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina reiterated her strong hope for the dream of Bangabandhu’s dream of establishing a Bangladesh free of poverty and said that through this we will repay the blood of the Father of the Nation.
The Prime Minister quoted the historic speech of the Father of the Nation on March 5, saying, ‘The father of the nation said that if necessary I will give breast blood. And he gave that blood. And we have to repay that blood loan by building a dream-free, poverty-free gold Bangladesh. ‘ He said, ‘Father, I promise you today, we will build the gold Bangladesh of your dreams. That is our commitment. ‘
The Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina said this while addressing the President at a discussion meeting organized by the Bangladesh Awami League at Bangabandhu International Conference Center on the occasion of the 8th martyrdom anniversary of Bangabandhu on Friday afternoon.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, “It has gradually become clear that it was a murder. To avenge the victory we have achieved in the Great War, and to bring that opposition back to power, rehabilitate and bring back the ideology of Pakistan. That is why the killers made their first declaration soon after the assassination of the Islamic Republic of Bangladesh. The one who didn’t dare to keep it any longer, changes later.
The Prime Minister said, ‘Today the father of the nation is not among us. But his ideal is in us. Let’s do politics with that ideal.
The Prime Minister expressed the hope that the people of this country will take the country forward with confidence and respect and respect. He said, “All I can say is, to this day, I have been working for the people of this country with a bereavement chest. Just thinking of my father, how he endured hardship, how he gave up everything in life for this country. ‘
Awami League Advisory Council members Amir Hossain Amu and Tofail Ahmed, Presidium member Begum Matia Chowdhury, Mohammad Nasim, Advocate Abdul Matin Khasru, party general secretary and road transport and bridge minister Obaidul Kader, party’s editor-in-chief Nabhokar Kadar, Ranghokh Kadar AFM Bahauddin Nakhim, Central Member Advocate Azmat Ullah b Sheikh Bazlur Rahman, senior vice president of Dhaka Metropolitan North Awami League, general secretary of Dhaka Metropolitan South Awami League, Shah Alam Murad, spoke among others. The central leader of the party, Professor Marina Zaman recited poems in the ceremony.
The party’s publicity and publishing secretary and information minister. Hasan Mahmud and Deputy Publicity Secretary Aminul Islam performed the ceremony.
The Prime Minister said that the final blow came when the nation’s father was leading the country on economic development by building a war-torn independent country. But if he had lived or lived for another three or four years, he would have brought the Bengali nation into a dignified seat.
Then the people of Bangladesh did not have to suffer the hardships of starvation, bombing, murder cue conspiracy. Bangladesh could have raised its head long ago in the world.
Sheikh Hasina expressed her gratitude to the people of the country and said in a voiceless voice, ‘All millions were lost. We have adopted them. And countless Awami League leaders and activists, soldiers of Mujib Adarsh, have adopted me. There I got the love of parents and brothers. That is my greatest strength. ‘
The Prime Minister said, “One thing I have kept in mind is that my father made this country independent, this country needs to be built.” The people of this country should be given the opportunity to live as human beings, give them a better life, build a Bangladesh free of hunger and poverty. Working with that goal, I brought Bangladesh to a dignified seat in the world today.
Sheikh Hasina said, “Today the whole world is looking at Bangladesh. They wonder how a country can grow so fast. ‘
In reply, the Prime Minister herself said, “Maybe when a people who are sacrificing for the independence of a nation and politics with policy ideals are in power, then a nation can prosper only if it is in power.”
Sheikh Hasina said, “If those who support the defeated forces are in power, then no nation can advance, no nation can prosper.”