Bangladesh will have a greater future under Awami League

Staff Correspondent,


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Dhaka,( Awami League(AL) under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina would present a greater future as hoped by party general secretary Obaidul Kader.

He expressed this while exchanging Eid pleasantries on behalf of the party president at the central office of the party at Bangabandhu Avenue. 

On Wednesday(June 5) he was exchanging Eid pleasantries with the elite and members of diplomatic core in Bangladesh at 11 in the morning. Next he exchanged Eid pleasantries with the party activists after 12 o.clock.   

During exchanging pleasantries he was accompanied by Awami League Advisory council member Amir Hossain Amu, AL presidium member and Agriculture Minister Dr. Abdur Razzaq, Joint secretaries Jahangir Kabir Nanak and Abdur Rahman, AL organizing secretary AKM Enamul Haque Shamim, office secretary Abdus Sobhan Golap and deputy office secretary and special assistant to the Prime Minister Barrister Biplob Barua. 

After exchanging pleasantries with the guests Obaidul Kader said that, ‘Since morning it is raining heavily but ignoring such inclement weather you have come here, for it I on behalf of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and the party extending good wishes and thanks to you.’

He further said that you all know that in the history of Bangladesh the Eid goers felt highest comfort and safety in their home journey. Never in the past the holiday makers had such safe journey. I hope that their return to work places after the Eid festival will also be comfortable and safe.

He said that under the leadership Sheikh Hasina AL would present Bangladesh a greater future. AL would build up a happy and developed Bangladesh to fulfill the cherished dream of Bangabandhu. We would proceed on the highway of development under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina. Let us be united all to fight out the evil communal forces. Let us keep the ever victorious flag of Bangabandhu’s ideals high by making the party more strong and united.