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Sheikh Hasina leading nation towards progress: Matia
Published : Friday, 12 June, 2015,  Time : 12:00 AM,  View Count : 7

Agriculture Minister Begum Matia Chowdhury on Thursday said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been leading the nation towards progress with the people's affection facing all the conspiracy.
"Her (Sheikh Hasina) life turned into a desert following the assassination of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. She transformed her desert life into oasis for people's cause," she said adding that people better life was translated into a reality after consumption of the nutritious foods and getting sheds of the trees of the oasis.
Matia Chowdhury said this while speaking as the chief at a discussion organized by Awami Juba League (AJL) at Mohanagar Natyamacha at Gulistan Square in the city marking the 'Sheikh Hasina's Day of Release from captivity' with its chairman Omar Faruque Chowdhury in the chair.
Railway Minister Mujibul Haq, AJL general secretary Harun-ar-Rashid, presidium members Shaheed Serniabat, Mujibur Rahman Chowdhury, Faruque Hossain, Mahmubur Rahman Hiron, Ataur Rahman Ata and Anwarul Islam, joint secretary Mohiuddin Ahmed Mohi, office secretary Kazi Anisur Rahman, publication secretary Iqbal Mahmud Bablu and Dhaka City North unit AJL president Mainul Hossain Khan Nikhil were the discussants, among others.
Matia Chowdhury said like her illustrious father Bangabandhu Sheikh Hasina would not back out from sacrificing her life for the cause of the country and its people, as and when needed, for democratic and economic emancipation of the masses.
Highlighting on the long and arduous struggle of the Awami League president Sheikh Hasina for democracy and her people, the minister said Bangladesh became grateful for a statesman like Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as she has been steadily carrying the flag of her father's ideologies.    ?BSS










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