No new political party to face hurdle in Bangladesh: PM

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Noting that some new parties are being formed, the PM said she had asked the IGP on Thursday that those who wish to form new political parties be allowed to do so. “Let them form parties and work because it is essential in Bangladesh,” she said.

November 19, 2021, 9:20 PM

Last modification: November 19, 2021, 9:21 PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. TBS sketch.

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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. TBS sketch.

On Friday, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said no new political party would face obstruction in leading a movement in the multi-party democratic country, but would not be allowed to harm the lives and property of people. people.

“If someone (a group) wants to form a party, they can do it because there is a multi-party democracy here. There will be no obstruction here,” she told a meeting. of the Awami League Central Working Committee at his official residence Ganabhaban.

Sheikh Hasina said the BNP-Jamaat is always hyperactive in making every government development activity controversial. “No matter how good a job we do, they try to create controversy. The BNP-Jamaat is hyperactive here,” she said.

Noting that some new parties are being formed, the PM said she had asked the IGP on Thursday that those who wish to form new political parties be allowed to do so. “Let them form parties and work because it is essential in Bangladesh,” she said.

“If they want to take motorcades out, they can. Why do we prevent their motorcades? They can do all kinds of moves, but they can’t burn people and cause damage to life and property. We’ll have to take care of it,” she said.

Hasina said the Awami League government provides development in all sectors of the country, including education and health.

She said that Bangladesh has achieved overall development significantly and rural people are also benefiting from this development. “Today, 99.99% is covered by electricity.”

“While the wheel of development is rolling, Bangladesh has been granted developing country status despite false propaganda being unnecessarily waged against Bangladesh. Even some people in our country are making propaganda, saying that it is not fair to say that Bangladesh has become a developing country. It is very unfortunate,” the prime minister said.

Hasina, also president of the Awami League, asked each member of her working committee to work to counter the propaganda.

“Each member of our working committee will have to remain vigilant about them and who they are, what their goals are and what they want to do. AL members must know them, protest them and do whatever is necessary to counter them. she says.

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