JS-05 Sheikh Hasina made Bangladesh a role model of dev: lawmakers





Sheikh Hasina made Bangladesh a role model of dev: lawmakers

SANGSAD BHABAN, March 04, 2019 (BSS) – Lawmakers today said the leadership of
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has made Bangladesh a role model of development
before the world since it achieved marked progress in all socio-economic
indexes under her leadership.

They said the government has been working sincerely for the development of the
country’s road communication, while the majority of its highways were upgraded
into four lanes.

Taking part in the discussion on the thanksgiving motion on the President’s
address in the Jatiya Sangsad, they said President M Abdul Hamid in his
address focused on the country’s development and gave a guideline on ways and
means to reach its development goals.

“Bangladesh has already achieved the status of a developing country and it
would be a developed one by 2041,” said Shahin Akhtar of Cox’s Bazar-4.

Rumana Ali of Reserved Seat-14 said the government is implementing a mega
project, Padma Bridge, while the country’s first satellite Bangabandhu-1 has
already started operating commercially.

The lawmakers thanked the President for giving a timely speech highlighting
the success stories of the government and guiding the nation towards peace,
progress and prosperity.

They sought early recovery of ailing Awami League General Secretary Obaidul
Quader, who was sent to Singapore for better treatment.

The lawmakers also prayed for eternal peace of the departed souls of those who
were killed in the recent Chawkbazar fire in the capital.

Earlier, they paid rich tributes to the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman for his contribution for establishing an independent

Treasury Bench lawmakers Ismat Ara Sadique , Nazim Uddin Ahmed, Md Akabbar
Hossain, Ayesha Ferdaus , Zakia Tabassum, Adiba Anjum Mita , Khadizatul Anwar
, Hosne Ara , Habiba Rahman Khan, Tamanna Nusrat Bubly and Khodeza Nasrin
Akhter Hosen spoke on the motion.

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