Countrymen should decide fate of weeds: PM
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Countrymen should decide fate of weeds: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said the people of Bangladesh should decide what they would do with the tares, who do not like Bangladesh’s progress as well as hatch conspiracy whenever the country marches towards prosperity.

“Father of the Nation used to say one thing that the land of the country is so fertile where plenty of crops grow along with weeds. This is the reality that these tares will exist, but the Bengalis have to think about what they will do with them,” she said.

The Prime Minister said this while presiding over a discussion, marking the Shaheed Dibosh and International Mother Language Day from her official Ganabhaban residence here through a video conference.

The Awami League (AL) organised the discussion at the party’s central office here.

Sheikh Hasina, also President of the AL, said all have to remain alert regarding one issue that many conspiracies are brewed whenever Bengalis achieve something good or attain dignity or advance towards prosperity.

“Some vested quarters are always there among the Bengalis, who do not feel proud whenever any anything is achieved as they prefer to remain fastened with shackle,” she said.

Publicity and Publication Secretary Dr Abdus Sobhan Golap moderated the function.

Coming down heavily on a section of people, Sheikh Hasina said that there are some people who never know how to live with self-dignity, as they are out to sell their self-dignity.

She continued that the section still exists in the society; consequently, these people keep their eyes closed no matter how much the country has developed as well as how the world appreciated the nation.

The Prime Minister said that this section of people feels embarrassed when discussion is going over the achievements, including Bangladesh’s graduation as a developing nation.

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