Sheikh Hasina struggling to fulfill Bangabandhu's dreams: Quader Obaidul Quader
File photo Obaidul Quader with Awami League leaders

Sheikh Hasina struggling to fulfill Bangabandhu's dreams: Quader

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 15 Aug 2022, 07:40 pm

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 15: Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader has commented that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is struggling to fulfill her dreams as the legacy of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

On Monday (August 15) morning, on the occasion of the National Mourning Day, he said this to reporters after paying respects at the tomb of Bangabandhu and other members of his family at Banani Cemetery.

Obaidul Quader said that even if Bangabandhu is not there, Awami League will live in the hearts of the people of this country for ages as a leading political party in the struggle for freedom and liberation.

Earlier, Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader said at an event on Saturday, "Prices of daily commodities, including fuel, have increased all over the world. It has also had a negative impact in Bangladesh. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is sincerely trying to overcome this crisis."

He said, "We know that the people of the country are suffering. We can say that there is no fault in the government's efforts to overcome this crisis."

He said these things in the speech of the chief guest at the discussion meeting organized by Mahila Sramik League on the occasion of National Mourning Day. The meeting was organized at the central office of Awami League on Bangabandhu Avenue.

Obaidul Quader said, "Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is not sleeping. She is sincerely trying. She is continuing to try how to give some relief to the people of the country."

Addressing the BNP leaders, Awami League general secretary said, "The French opposition party did not protest to overthrow the government because of this crisis. In the United States, the opposition did not protest the overthrow of the government. There was no protest in Germany-Japan either. But in Bangladesh, they (opposition parties) are engaged in a conspiracy to overthrow the government."