AL, Hasina by no means run away: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at this time got here down closely on BNP leaders for saying that Awami League will not get a strategy to flee the nation.

“Sheikh Hasina or Awami League by no means runs away,” she stated at a blood donation programme in Dhaka.

“We hear from our opposition get together — although they can not be known as an opposition get together as they aren’t in Parliament — that we [Awami League] will not get a strategy to flee. I want to remind the chief, who made this comment, that Sheikh Hasina or Awami League by no means runs away and by no means did,” she stated.

The premier was addressing a voluntary blood donation programme and dialogue on the auditorium of Krishibid Establishment Bangladesh within the metropolis’s Farmgate space.

Bangladesh Krishak League organized the blood donation programme, dialogue and Doa Mahfil forward of the Nationwide Mourning Day to be noticed on August 15.

Hasina, the President of Bangladesh Awami League, stated their [BNP’s] grasp, Ziaur Rahman, had made efforts to annihilate the Awami League, however failed. Then Ershad and Khaleda Zia tried with none success.

She stated throughout her rule Khaleda carried out bloodbath just like the genocide dedicated by Pakistani occupation power in 1971. Some 21,000 AL leaders and activists have been killed, many others tortured, homes have been burnt and occupied. However they lastly did not maintain regardless of such misdeeds, she stated.

Noting that Khaleda’s son Tarique Rahman fled the nation in 2007 giving a bond that he will not do politics anymore, the premier stated now they, whose get together’s chief has been convicted, are making massive remarks.

Sheikh Hasina stated she returned dwelling regardless of threats and robust obstructions from the then caretaker authorities.

“How come they will make such massive remarks below the supervision of a convicted fugitive?” she stated.

Hasina stated her authorities believes in democracy and is exhibiting tolerance.

Referring to the arson violence carried out in 2013, 2014 and 2015 and the repression unleashed by BNP on AL leaders and activists, she stated, “If we took one % revenge [of these misdeeds], now your whereabouts cannot be discovered. We do not imagine in revenge.”

Firstly, one-minute silence was noticed to pay tribute to Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, his members of the family and others who have been martyred on August 15, 1975.

Bangladesh Awami League’s presidium members Engr Mosharraf Hossain, Begum Matia Chowdhury and Muhammad Abdur Razzaque, its joint normal secretaries Mahbubul Alam Hanif and AFM Bahauddin Nasim additionally spoke on the dialogue.

Krishak League president Samir Chanda presided over the occasion moderated by its normal secretary Umme Kulsum Smriti.

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