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We have no objection to BNP’s agitation on the streets- Sheikh Hasina

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We have no objection to BNP's agitation on the streets

Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina said, BNP’s movement is to kill people and destroy the country’s resources by using fire terror. People are not with them.

BNP launder money and smuggle a lot of money abroad. We have no objection to BNP’s agitation on the streets.But if they want to torture the people of the country again in the name of movement, they have no exemption. She said this in his speech as the guest of honor at the reception organized by the United Kingdom Awami League in the honor of the Prime Minister at the Methodist Church Hall in the Westminster area of ​​Central London on Monday London time.

United Kingdom Awami League President Sultan Mahmud Sharif presided over the meeting, United Kingdom Awami League General Secretary Syed Sajidur Rahman Farooq.

Reiterating her determination to continue democracy in Bangladesh at any cost, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the next general election will be held in a free and fair manner.

She said, ‘Democracy must be continued in Bangladesh at any cost. In no way can undemocratic forces seize power.

UK Awami League welcomed the Prime Minister

UK Awami League welcomed Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

Leaders of UK Awami League welcomed Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the hotel lobby in London. Awami League President exchanged greetings with the leaders and activists who came to welcome her at the hotel lobby on Saturday afternoon local time.

Sylhet City Mayor Anwaruzzaman Chowdhury, Member of Parliament Habibur Rahman Habib, United Kingdom Awami League President Sultan Mahmud Sharif, General Secretary Sajidur Rahman Farooq, Jalal Uddin, Naeemuddin Riaz, Abdul Ahad Chowdhury and other leaders of the United Kingdom Awami League were present at the hotel lobby in Central London.

It should be noted that this is the last visit of the Prime Minister to the United Kingdom before the upcoming elections. On this visit, the Prime Minister is scheduled to deliver a speech at a public meeting organized by the United Kingdom Awami League on Monday, October 2.

The long-standing demand of expatriates for e-passport, digital ID card and voting rights may come from the Prime Minister.


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The Prime Minister arrived in London

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrived in London. The Prime Minister arrived at Heathrow Airport on a British Airways flight around 11:30 local time.

Bangladesh High Commissioner in London, Sayeda Muna Tasnim, welcomed her with flowers at the airport. The Prime Minister left the airport and left for the hotel. He will be welcomed by the waiting leaders and activists of United Kingdom Awami League and allied organizations in the hotel lobby.

United Kingdom Awami President Sultan Sharif, General Secretary Syed Sajidur Rahman Farooq, Sylhet City Mayor Anwaruzzaman Chowdhury and others are waiting there.

PM on her way

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has left for London after a 13-day visit to the United States. He left on Saturday morning (September 30) Bangladesh time. The Prime Minister will stay in London till October 3.

Saida Muna Tanneem, the High Commissioner of Bangladesh to the United Kingdom, will welcome the Prime Minister at the airport in London.

After that, leaders and activists of the United Kingdom Awami League and associated organizations will welcome the Prime Minister in the hotel lobby.

United Kingdom Awami League General Secretary Syed Sajidur Rahman Farooq told that the United Kingdom Awami League has completed all preparations to hold a civic meeting in the presence of several thousand people in a large hall in West London on Monday, October 2.

He is scheduled to return to Dhaka on October 4.

Earlier, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrived in New York to attend the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly on September 17.

Sheikh Hasina reached Washington DC on September 23 from New York after attending other high-level bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) from September 17-22.

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