Country would go ahead more, if anti-state propagandas were not carried out: Hasan
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Country would go ahead more, if anti-state propagandas were not carried out: Hasan

Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr. Hasan Mahmud yesterday said the country would go more ahead, if anti-state propagandas were not carried out abroad.

“It is regrettable, but true that a former two-time prime minister wrote an article by her name in the Washington Times newspaper where she urged the United States to stop GSP facilities to Bangladesh. Not only that, a big political party’s, which was two times in power, secretary general wrote letters in their own official pad to the US for revolution of giving assistance to Bangladesh and to use it as a weapon,” he said.

The minister stated these while addressing the inaugural function of Bangabandhu Corner, Directors Lounge and a music video on COVID-19 awareness of FBCCI (The Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce & Industries) at its Icon Bhaban in the capital with its president Md Jashim Uddin in the chair.

Hasan said there will be criticism about the government’s works. But anti-state propaganda and propaganda for creating obstacles for the country’s business, trade and export are not acceptable, he said, adding that it amounts to treason.

Replying to a query over the search committee, the minister said the committee has been formed as per the law and everyone will admit that they all are eminent persons and played pivotal roles as neutral persons. “I think that the search committee is a nice one. A fantastic general election will be held by the Election Commission which will be formed by the search committee,” said Hasan, also Awami League general committee.

In the function, the minister urged the FBCCI members to play a role in protecting the environment.

Later, Hasan inaugurated the Bangabandhu Corner and Director Lounge on the second floor of the FBCCI Icon building and the music video.

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