2020-21 will be observed as ‘Mujib Year’: PM Sheikh Hasina
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, 2020-21 will be observed as ‘Mujib Year’ with yearlong programs. The centennial birthday of father of the nation will be observed with programs at the division, district and ward level.
The Prime Minister declared the programs at the beginning of advisory council and central working executive council meeting of Awami League at the party central office at Bangabandhu Avenue in the capital on Friday.
Sheikh Hasina said, the main aim of the government is to change the fate of grassroots people. We want change of fate of people of the country. Along with the country will be developed and prosperous.
The government is working for the oppressed. Not a single people are homeless.
The Prime Minister said, August 15, 1975 is a day of mis-fortune. Then the illegal power grabbers came. Country’s progress went on through terrorism and militancy. Development was stalled.
But leaving everything behind after gaining recognition of developing country the progress is going on. We are on the development highway. Satellite is in the space. We are meeting people’s fundamental needs on the path of development.
The Prime Minister said, government’s development is unwanted to many. They will beg money from abroad showing them poor. Somebody will build his fate by providing loans to the poor.
But people’s fates are changing by minimizing their opportunities to develop the country. People can persuade the importance of education and the country is marching forward.
The eye catching 10 storied building of Awami League central office was inaugurated on June 23, the day of its founding anniversary. The first meeting was held there after the inauguration.
Earlier the meetings were held at the Prime Minister’s official residence in Ganabhaban.Centering the joint meeting the leaders and activists of Awami League and associates bodies gathered in front of the party central office to welcome the Prime Minister.
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was born at Tungipara in Gopalganj on March 17, 1920. Bangladesh emerged as an independent nation in 1971 under his guideline.
His birth centenary will be observed in 2020. And in the next year the golden jubilee of independence of Bangladesh will be celebrated.
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