AL got huge public support in National election-PM

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Update : Monday, January 15, 2024

 

Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina today said that they have got huge public support in the January 7 election due to having confidence and trust of the people in her party.

“Since we have a strong political party like the Awami League, we have gained support, confidence and trust of the people. This time election reflects the fact immensely,” she said.

The Prime Minister was first addressing a joint meeting of the AL’s central executive council, advisory council and its associate bodies at the party’s central office at Banganandhu Avenue here this afternoon after winning the January 7 election with landslide victory.

The AL President said the general people of the villages have trust on her party as their fate is changed whenever they assume power.”They (the people) have no trust in others (remaining political parties ” she said.

So, the Premier asked the party men to devote themselves to change the fate of the poor and distressed people and give them a better and beautiful life following the ideal of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

“We have to meet the aspirations of them. We must  bear in mind always on how  can  we change the fate of the general people  making  one from a day labourer to a farmer and how to give the poor people  an improved life,” she said. Referring to the absolute victory in the January 7 election, Sheikh Hasina said political organisation is the most important thing and nothing can be achieved without a party’s support.

Mentioning that strength is required to achieve any success, the Premier said, “And our strength is the people of Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Awami League and our associate organisations.”

The Prime Minister said that the government has successfully overcome the challenges of Covid-19 as it got the support of a political party such as the Awami League.

“Whatever we do using administration, it is hard to achieve success without the support of any political organisation and people,” she said. The Prime Minister, however, thanked the AL leaders and activists for entrusting her with the charge of the party president in 1981 that paved her return to the country from long-forced exile.

“I have come to the AL office as it is my main root. So, I am here today. I may sit with all at the Ganabhaban. We have done everything, including the struggle and movement from there. I have a lot of memories of it,” she said, giving a brief description of what she did after winning the election.

 

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