Call to stop domestic and foreign conspiracies
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Call to stop domestic and foreign conspiracies

Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives Minister Md. Tajul Islam. He made the call while addressing a discussion meeting and cultural program organized by ‘Bangabandhu Engineers’ Council’ LGED on the occasion of the golden jubilee of victory and centenary of Bangabandhu’s birth at LGED building in Agargaon on Sunday (January 17).

Tajul Islam said that while the country is moving towards prosperity under the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, conspiracies are going on inside and outside the country. This conspiracy is being carried out to impede the country’s development and keep the people of the country poor and beggars.

He said, “Let the country move forward, let the people of the country lead a better life, let them sit in the seat of dignity with their heads held high in the world court, it is not tolerated by many.” We must be vigilant against these conspirators. Those who are trying to hinder the progress of development must be stopped.

The local government minister said Bangladesh is ahead of many countries, including its neighbors, in economic indicators and other indicators, including education and health. This has been possible because Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been in power for a long time.

Mentioning that all kinds of plans and preparations have been made to develop and prosper Bangladesh by 2041, he said that the dream with which Bangabandhu made this country independent would come true. For this, people’s representatives, engineers, agricultural workers, day laborers all have to work together.

Helaluddin Ahmed, Senior Secretary, Local Government Department, and Sheikh Mohammad Muhsin, Chief Engineer, LGED, spoke on occasion under the chairmanship of Habibul Aziz, Convener of Bangabandhu Engineers Council.

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