People were misguided in city polls: PMBangladesh Sangbad Sangstha / New Age Online
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said BNP and Jamaat have taken the votes in the five city corporation polls by misguiding the people in the name of religion.
"The people now could realize that they were misguided by the propaganda of BNP and Jamaat," the Prime Minister said when the newly elected office bearers of Barisal Bar Association made a courtesy call on her at her Tajgaon office here today.
PM's Press Secretary Abul Kalam Azad briefed reporters after the meeting.
The Prime Minister said, "BNP and Jamaat are experts in making propaganda, which is the main reason of our defeat in the city polls. People have changed their mentality as they could understand that they were misguided."
BNP spread the false information that thousands of Hefajat workers were killed at Shapla Chattar on May 5, 2013. They misguided people showing the picture of dead persons in Haiti earthquake and mass suicide incident at Jones Town in the USA.
She said the country witnessed development when Awami League remains in power. "People get something and live in peace and happiness. They get food security during Awami League rule," she added.
On the other hand, people suffer from multifaceted problems when BNP comes to power. Power crisis takes a serious turn as BNP remains busy with corruption, looting public money and killing.
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