Bangladesh Politics

Awami League does not believe in coming to power through gun barrels: Home Minister

Asaduzzaman Khan said, ‘Awami League does not believe in coming to power through conspiracies or gun barrels. The people of the country are looking forward to bringing the popular leader Sheikh Hasina back to power by voting in boat marks in the next elections. He also said, “All police stations and police superintendent’s offices in Bangladesh will be converted into buildings with maximum facilities.” Already 101 police station buildings have been completed and another 50 police station buildings are under construction. Apart from this, the construction of 9 offices including the Jessore Police Superintendent’s office has been completed. He said these things in the speech of the chief guest at the inauguration ceremony of the newly constructed building of the Jessore Police Superintendent’s office on Saturday (March 04). The minister said the political arena of the country is free. Anyone who can program. We believe that Awami League will come back to power through fair elections. He said, “There will be no such thing as poverty after the next 10 years. If you talk about poverty to the generation of that time, they will not believe you. We want to present a self-reliant, developed, smart Bangladesh to the future generation.” Islam Khan and Khulna Range DIG Mainul Haque

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