Don’t let anti-liberation forces assume power: PM
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged the people not to let arson attackers and anti-liberation forces to reclaim power.
"The arson attackers should not be allowed to come to power in the country anymore. The anti-liberation elements should not be allowed to come to office," she said.
The PM was addressing a joint meeting of Awami League and its associate bodies at the AL central office in the city's Bangabandhu Avenue through a virtual platform from the Gono Bhaban.
Hasina, also the AL president, asked her party leaders to remain alert in every area so that they (BNP-Jamaat) cannot torture anyone.
While criticising BNP, she said it does not suit BNP to talk about democracy as Ziaur Rahman had introduced "curfew-democracy" while Khaleda Zia gave a system of corruption in the country.
"We should not forget that Khaleda Zia has two virtues -- corruption and killing people," said the premier.
She said her government has transformed the country into digital Bangladesh, but they (BNP-Jamaat) are carrying out propaganda against the government using the digital platforms.