PM says ‘bye’ to Cabinet colleagues in last meeting
Published : Tuesday, 4 December, 2018 at 12:00 AM Count : 483
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday said 'bye' to her Cabinet colleagues officially during the informal session of the Cabinet meeting held at the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) with the PM in the chair.
It was the last meeting of the present Cabinet as the polls time interim government will not meet again before the upcoming national elections to be held on December 30 this year.
After the Cabinet Secretary Mohammad Shafiul Alam told reporters that it would be last meeting of the present government.
A minister who attended
Monday's Cabinet meeting told this correspondent after the meeting that the PM asked all of his Cabinet colleagues to go to their constituencies for election campaign. Those, who were not given tickets for election, were also asked to go for campaigning for the party and grand alliance candidates.
Quoting the PM, the minister said, "The present Cabinet will not meet again before the election. Everybody will go to their electoral constituencies. As a result, it's hard to meet in this period."
"It's hard to say that who will win the elections. The people of the country will give their votes. Only they know that who will be given their mandates in future. A new parliament, a new Cabinet will be elected and take charges. It's hard to say that who will be in the new Cabinet. Hope, all of you will be better. Thank you," she said.