News Desk: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina thinks that the people will answer what is happening in the country in the next few months. Stating that there will be some critics, the head of government said, I hardly care about who said what. He also said that he will work for the people as long as he lives. He said these things in response to a question at a press conference organized at Ganabhaban on Tuesday (August 29) afternoon.
This press conference was organized to inform about the tour of South Africa. Senior journalist Manjurul Ahsan Bulbul highlighted the recent political situation and wants to know from the head of government - what is happening and what will happen? In response, the Prime Minister said that the people will have to answer what will happen. Not only mega projects, roads, pools-culverts are useful.
It is the people who enjoy it. I did metrorail today, I had to hear so much about it. Elevated, ear tunnels, all for the people. Sheikh Hasina said, how do you expect everyone to give empty praise. There is a class, whatever you do good will look bad. They must be, or you (journalists) will have nothing to write about. Awami League president said, I have only one word - I work for the people.
Think about how Bangladesh was 15 years ago. Such a rapid change, it has been possible because Awami League is in power. We are not only a strong team, we have a plan. We are taking the country forward with far-reaching plans. Bangabandhu's daughter said, I hardly care about who said what. I have lost all my parents and siblings. I will work for the country as long as I am - that is my word.