Bangladesh PM urges youths to work hard to move the country forward

Bangladesh Prime Minister and Awami League President, Sheikh Hasina urged the youth to lead the country to prosperity by instilling patriotism and dutifulness toward the country and its people.

“I urge the young people that it is their responsibility to lead the country forward toward development and prosperity… Because of the massive development carried out by the Awami League government, the people of the country now have renewed hope of living a beautiful and dignified life. Youths are the most important stakeholders in moving the efforts forward, and they can build the country,” she said.

The premier was speaking as the chief guest at a youth grand rally commemorating the 50th founding anniversary of the Awami Jubo League, the ruling AL’s youth wing, at the historic Suhrawardi Udyan.

Referring to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s remarks that he would rebuild the war-torn country using its soil and population, the Prime Minister stated, “It can be done if there is patriotism and dutifulness toward the country and its people, and we have proven it.”

She asked the Jubo League leaders and activists to work together to materialize Bangabandhu’s dream of building the country as a developed and prosperous one, giving the people an improved and beautiful life imbued with his (Bangabandhu’s) ideal.



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