Their next plan is to cause famine in the country

Their next plan is to cause famine in the country

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has asked Awami League leaders and workers to be vigilant so that BNP does not incite fire. He said, they (BNP) have been saying for so long that they will not allow the election. Now when you think the election will be done; So what can be done? Such a situation will occur in Bangladesh around February-March, causing famine. This is their next plan. It is not only domestic, but there is also a foreign incentive. Famine must be caused anyway.

Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina said these things during an exchange of views with leaders and activists in her constituency Kotalipara on Friday morning. A local leader named Babul Ahmed broadcasted his speech on Facebook Live.

General Secretary of Upazila Awami League Ayanal Hossain Sheikh confirmed to Prothom Alo that this meeting held at the office of Kotalipara Upazila Awami League was broadcasted on Facebook Live by several local leaders.

The Prime Minister said, “Whose hands have we fallen into?” They have been saying for so long that they will not allow the election….cannot announce the schedule. We announced the schedule. Now they are saying that the voters cannot go on the election day. He said, they do not have the power to take away the rights of the voters. They can also cause irritation. For that all workers in every area should be alert. Those who are going to set fire, they should be caught and handed over to the police.

Addressing BNP, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that they are still inciting. Their lesson seems to be from Israel, who are attacking Palestine. They have made a lot of money themselves while in power. But people will never be allowed to live in peace, this is their character.

Addressing the people of Kotalipara, the Prime Minister said, ‘I have lost my parents, brothers and sisters. Your love, your trust, your faith is the greatest reward. Those whom I have nominated, they get a seat. I am responsible for 300 seats. So I can say, no one is so lucky as I am not to think about the area, not to think about it; Which you do.’

The president of Awami League gave various directions regarding the election in the discussion meeting. Awami League Advisory Council Member Kazi Akram Uddin Ahmed, Prime Minister’s Constituency Development Representative Shahid Ulla Khondkar, Parliament Member Sheikh Helal Uddin, Sheikh Salahuddin (Jewel), Sheikh Sarhan Nasser (Tanmoy), Jubo League Leader Sheikh Fazle Naeem, Gopalganj District Awami League President Mahbub Ali Khan and General Secretary GM Shahab Uddin Azam, Kotalipara Upazila Awami League President Bhabendra Nath Biswas and General Secretary Aynal Hossain Sheikh were present.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrived in Gopalganj on Thursday by road on a two-day visit. He returned to Dhaka yesterday.

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