Changing days

:: Peoples Time Online ::

Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina said her government has been 9 years and 10 months in power. They have made the beginning of the day, that day is changing. It has to move forward.

Sheikh Hasina said this while inaugurating the dialogue held with the National Unity Front under the leadership of Kamal Hossain. In the dialogue, the ruling Awami League’s main political opponent BNP is taking part in the national unity front. BNP’s Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and six leaders of the Standing Committee are on behalf of the BNP.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina exchanged greetings with national unity leaders in the room at 7pm. Then he started the talk at the beginning of the dialogue.

The Prime Minister said in her introductory speech, “Today you have come to welcome Ganabhaban and people’s publications, welcome to Ganobhaban.” He said that he was working for socioeconomic development for Bangladesh and continued democracy through the path of long struggle. Today’s discussions will continue to contribute enormously to the continuation of Bangladesh’s development.

The Prime Minister said that this country is our main target, all of us, changing the fate of the people, taking the country forward and overall development of the country. I will leave you in charge of the trial. We have been in the government for nine years and 10 months. In this period, you will surely consider how much you can develop in the country. I can say that the common people of Bangladesh are good, their fate is changing. Changing the day that I started, it has to move forward. We have achieved freedom in exchange for the blood of lakhs of martyrs by implementing the spirit of liberation war, we have achieved this independence under the leadership of our great leader, the Father of the Nation. Today, the only aim of the freedom that every person can reach home from home is our only goal. We are working with that goal.

Earlier on 7pm, 21 leaders of the National Unity Front started dialogue with the leader of the ruling party and 14-party alliance led by Awami League president Sheikh Hasina.

Because of the ongoing dispute between major political parties on the eleventh parliamentary elections, the people of this country are looking at this dialogue today. The uncertainty about the expectation of the common people, the uncertainty over a fair election, and the lack of confidence among the political parties will be resolved through dialogue.

The Prime Minister gave a letter to the Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina about her interest in dialogue. In view of this, the Prime Minister invited them to dinner. On the invitation, the united front will go to the Ganobhaban dialogue but will not participate in the dinner.

Peoples Time/Hg

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