The Trinamool leaders have highlighted the party differences and problems in their area to Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. And the Prime Minister advised the Trinamool leaders to work together and entrusted the government’s achievements to the people. 60 to 70 district leaders met the Prime Minister at Ganabhaban on Tuesday. At this time, the Prime Minister listened to the Trinamool leaders. Give necessary advice. According to Awami League party sources, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina administered the oath to the elected Zilla Parishad chairmen from all over the country in Dhaka on Monday. At this time, the Zilla Parishad Chairman and the party leaders who came with them asked the Prime Minister for a meeting. They were given time for a courtesy meeting yesterday. After the start of the corona epidemic, the Prime Minister’s encounters with the party leaders decreased. However, from now on, the Prime Minister said that he would hold political rallies when he goes out of Dhaka on an official visit. Apart from this, party sources also said that the Prime Minister has shown interest in calling the leaders of the districts where full-fledged new committees have been formed through the conference at the Ganabhaban. Speaking to the leaders present at the Ganabhaban on Tuesday, it is said that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina spoke to the party leaders for three hours straight from one to four. At this time, the Prime Minister was informed about the organizational situation of the Trinamool by the leaders. Later in his speech, he asked everyone to stay united to keep the party united. At this time, the Prime Minister also instructed the party leaders to widely promote the development work of the government. Former Minister of Religion Matiur Rahman was among the senior leaders at the meeting. Apart from this, the leaders of various districts and cities including Sylhet, Gopalganj, Faridpur, Comilla, Khagrachari, Barisal, Rajshahi, Patuakhali, and Comilla were present. The Prime Minister listens to almost all of them. Four leaders from the Sylhet division were present in the meeting. They are Sylhet District Awami League Acting President Shafikur Rahman Chowdhury and General Secretary Nasir Uddin Khan and Metropolitan Awami League President Masuk Uddin Ahmad and General Secretary Md. Zakir Hossain. Each of them addressed the meeting.