State Minister for Foreign Affairs Shahriar Alam, MP, has said the present government is pledged bound to build a poverty and hunger-free Bangladesh as he distributed money and books among distressed people,
“The government under the dynamic and visionary leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has been implementing different uplift programmes to turn Bangladesh a developed nation as none will remain hunger in years to come,” he said. The state minister was addressing a function arranged for distributing money and books among distressed people with disabilities, widow and divorced women under the 2017-18 fiscal in the district on Sunday afternoon as the chief guest.
Department of Social Services (DSS) organized the programme at Charghat Upazila Parishad Auditorium with Upazila Nirbahi Officer Ashraful Islam in the chair.
The meeting was addressed, among others, by DSS Deputy Director Rashedul Kabir, Upazila DSS Officer Mofizul Islam and Union Parishad Chairman Hasanuzzaman Madhu.
Mentioning that Awami League only represents the people of Bangladesh, Alam said the party has brought the nation’s independence through a long struggle led by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and it will also bring economic emancipation of the people as well.
He said Bangladesh witnesses real development when Awami League comes to power. Over the last nine years, Awami League led present government has pulled five crore people out of extreme poverty, making the country a role model of development abroad.
Bangladesh would be economically self-reliant if Awami League remains in power, he also added.
Alam called upon the people to vote for Awami League in next national election to continue the pace of country’s development.
‘Bangladesh will be turned into a safe haven for corrupt people, terrorists and militants if BNP and its cohorts come to power again,’ he continued.

BD Post Desk