None can destroy Awami League: Sheikh Hasina

MNA Editorial Desk: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday said no one can destroy Bangladesh Awami League as it is a well-organised political party having numerous achievements during its 70-year history of struggle.

“Awami League is one of the well-organised oldest political parties of this subcontinent. No one could tear the party to shreds through hundreds of attacks and won’t be able to do so in the future, Inshallah,” she said.

The Prime Minister made the remarks while addressing a discussion arranged by Bangladesh Awami League marking its 70th founding anniversary at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Dhaka, reports UNB.

Sheikh Hasina, also the AL president, said the party has now become a glorious organisation with the achievements gained its 70-year history of struggle and successes.

Expressing the hope that AL will get much stronger as it did gradually in the past, she said, “AL is so deeply-rooted in public mind that no one could uproot it despite making hundreds of efforts in the past and won’t be able to do so in the future.”

“It’s fact that the country makes progress only when Awami League comes to power. Whatever developments the country achieved during the pre-war period that also came during 1954-1958 when Awami League had been in the government,” she said.

Awami League general secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader, its advisory council members Amir Hossain Amu and Tofail Ahmed, its presidium members Begum Matia Chowdhury, Sheikh Fazlul Karim Selim and Mohammad Nasim, and joint secretaries Jahangir Kabir Nanak and Abdur Rahman, among others, spoke at the discussion.

Noted historian and Dhaka University Prof Muntassir Mamoon also spoke on the occasion.

AL Publication and Publicity Secretary Dr Hasan Mahmud and Deputy Secretary Aminul Islam Amin conducted the discussion.


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