I want to work as a servant of the people: Prime Minister Hasina
Dhaka, January 14: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said the father of the nation worked in the service of the people all his life. "The first day I was sworn in as Prime Minister, I said I would work as a servant of the people of the country. The oath to me as Prime Minister is that I have the opportunity to work. My team and I want to continue working as servants of the people."
On Thursday (January 14), the Prime Minister inaugurated the distribution of four types of allowances to the beneficiaries of the Social Security Enclosure Program.
The Prime Minister said this while inaugurating the program through video conference from Ganobhaban. The Prime Minister also spoke to the beneficiaries of the four districts.
Sheikh Hasina said, "My father has sacrificed his life to put a smile on the face of a sad person. It is very difficult to put a smile on the face of a sad person. But that is what he wanted to do. He did not see the happiness of his life. He did not look at the future of his life. The whole of Bangladesh has gone through ups and downs. There have been repeated injuries."
Bangabandhu's daughter said, "He saw death from the front but did not deviate from his goal. The rope of execution could not shake him. We learned that lesson from my father to love the country. He has done a lot of hard work. Because his goal was right, he was on the path of honesty. He wanted to change the social system of Bangladesh. He wanted to work for the welfare of the people at the village level."
The Prime Minister said, "If a girl is a widow, where is her place? I have asked the little ones why you walk on the streets, why they are street children. I have talked to them. I have talked to them while they are in the opposition. She may have to leave home due to family conflicts or become a widow or her husband has left her and has no other place to go. No father's house or father-in-law's house. Then she comes in search of work and eventually takes up prostitution. That is how the children became street children."