Hasan terms BNP’s threat for movement ‘ridiculous’

DHAKA Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud today

said the conventional threat of BNP over waging a movement against the

government has become a ridiculous one.

BNP leaders issued threat of waging movement many times in the last 10

years. They do not abide by laws and even do not expect the verdict of

courts, he said while addressing the inaugural session of the two-day

national career fair-2019 at North South University in the capital.

Speaking as the chief guest, Hasan said the release of BNP chairperson

Khaleda Zia is a matter of court.

If the court grants her bail, Khaleda would be released, and there is no

alternative to it, he said.

Hasan, also Awami League publicity and publication secretary, said the

country's judiciary is now totally independent, but it was not independent

during the era of BNP.

As the judiciary is enjoying full freedom, many lawmakers and leaders of

ruling Awami League have already landed in jail, he said.

Highlighting the overall success of the AL government, Hasan said Prime

Minister Sheikh Hasina, the daughter of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu

Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, is the architect of Bangladesh's development.

Noting that Bangladesh witnessed a tremendous development in the last 10

years, he said Bangladesh is now a role model of development across the

world.

The information minister said building a developed nation is an urgent to

build a developed country and Bangladesh is marching forward under the

dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

Bangladesh has achieved sufficiency in foodthe country has already

attained the status of a middle income state. It will be a digital country by

2021 and a developed one by 2041. And the government is working sincerely to

achieve the goals, he said.

Mentioning that education is the backbone of a nation, Hasan said the young

generation is the tool of the country and they must be built with proper

education as they will lead the country in the future.

Chaired by North South University Vice-Chancellor Prof Atique Islam, the

inaugural session of the fair was addressed, among others, by University

Grants Commission chairman Prof Dr Kazi Shahidullah and North South

University chairman Benajir Ahmed.

Later, Dr Hasan formally inaugurated the career fair.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)