Vote AL again for nation's progress: PMBangladesh Sangbad Sangstha. Pabna / New Age Online
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, on Wednesday, urged the people to cast their vote again for the Awami League-led alliance for country's development, peace and prosperity.
‘BNP and its allies going to power again would not only be frustrating for war crimes trial, it would also be a big blow to country's development,’ she said at a big public rally in Pabna.
Sheikh Hasina said BNP and Jamaat put on hold many crucial projects including Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant initiated by Awami League government in 1996. The nation had to wait for more than seven years for the dream project as BNP and Jamaat suspended its implementation.
In future, if BNP and its allies come to power, they would suspend many development and welfare projects undertaken by the present government for country's overall socio-economic progress, she said.
Pabna district unit of Awami League organised the rally at adjacent ground of Poorpur Nuclear Power Project marking groundbreaking ceremony of the nuclear project.
‘BNP suspended the trial of the war criminals. BNP gave indulgence to the murderers of Bangabandhu and perpetrators of genocide in 1971. So, militancy and terrorism would come back with the return of BNP to power,’ she said.
Extending her sincere thanks to the people of Pabna for their overwhelming support for all five candidates of Awami League in the district, Sheikh Hasina sought their vote for party candidates in the next election for development, peace and progress.
Terming the inauguration of the construction of Poorpur Nuclear Power Plant as a historic event, the Prime Minister said, the nation had to wait for more than six decades for the project.
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