Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Bangladesh Awami League don’t believe in publicity, instead, she believe in work alike Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
Matia Chowdhury MP, Presidium Member of Bangladesh Awami League, on Wednesday made the remark while participating in a programme held to mark the birth ceremony of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and National children's day at the Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) in Savar, on the capital’s outskirts.
Later, educational materials were distributed among more than 300 children of CRP from the programme.
Professor Khandaker Bazlul Haque, Chairman of Forest and Environment subcommittee and member of advisory committee of Bangladesh Awami league presided over the programme that organized by Forest and Environment subcommittee of Bangladesh Awami league marking the Birth ceremony of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and National Children Day.
Matia Chowdhury said Begum Khaleda Zia may believe in publicity, but not our Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, which is why, when she visited the Rohingya camp, she embraced the Rohingya children with absolute compassion and cried upon hearing their plight.
Adding that, BNP chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia also paid a visit to the camp and hugged a Rohingya child, but she only did it for a photo op and then left. But Sheikh Hasina, on the other hand, stayed at the camp for a long time and enquired about them, talking with local officials and others.
Matia Chowdhury MP, Presidium Member of Bangladesh Awami League participated the program as a chief guest, Dr. Shammi Ahmed, International Affairs Secretary, Bangladesh Awami League as special guest. Delowar Hosain, Forest and Environment secretary of Awami League, Aslam Sani, poet, Dr. Mohammad Sohrab Hossain, Executive Director of CRP were participated the program along others.