Sheikh Hasina said that a person belonging to Muslim community not only hacked the Facebook ID of a Hindu man but also demanded Taka 20,000 from him (Hindu boy). Otherwise, he threatened to provide more false information (on the internet using his Facebook ID), she added.
The premier became astonished by knowing “How a Muslim can give a post dishonouring Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (SM) using the Facebook of a Hindu boy.”
Describing youths as the main driving force behind the country’s development, she said, “The power of the youths should be used for the welfare of the country.”
The premier once again sounded a note of caution against terrorism, militancy, drug and corruption saying, “None would be spared if he or she is found involved in wrongdoings.”
“The council of Juba League is knocking at the door. We are going to hold talks with its leaders on how to make the organization more stronger and successful completion of the council,” she said.
“Preparations are going on to hold the councils of the Jatiya Sramik League, Krishak League, and Swechchhasebak League, Mohila Awami League by November while the council of the Awami League will be held in December,” she added.
The premier hoped that councils of the Awami League and its associate bodies will be held in due time, saying, “Holding of council in due time helps making the organizations stronger and well organized.”
She asked the Juba League leaders to study “Oshomapto Attojiboni” (“The Unfinished Memoirs”), and “Karagarer Rojnamcha” (“Diary in Jail”) written by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the Pakistani intelligence reports on Bangabandhu to know the real history of Bangladesh and the contribution of Bangabandhu to the language movement to Liberation War.
The birth centenary of Father of the Nation will be observed in 2020 along with the Golden Jubilee of independence in 2021 and the government declared “Mujib Borsha” (“Mujib Year”) from March 2020 to March 2021, she said.
The premier asked all the associate bodies of Awami League to observe the event in a befitting manner.