Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that it will never be possible to distort the history of Bangladesh in the future.
He said history was completely erased, a whole change. Now a confidence has come. No one can distort or erase the history of Bangladesh.
This was stated by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in her introductory speech at a virtual cabinet meeting held on Monday morning.
The Prime Minister attended the meeting via video conference from Ganobhaban and members of the Cabinet from the Secretariat.
He said, “This Bangladesh is independent, Bangladesh will remain independent and we will build the golden Bangladesh of my father Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s dream.”
Bangabandhu’s eldest daughter arrived at the then Dhaka Kurmitola Airport on May 17 at 4:30 pm in a heavy Indian Airlines Boeing flight from Delhi, India via Kolkata. He was greeted by millions of people as he drove through the rain-soaked streets of the capital amid heavy rains.
Recalling her return to her country in 1981 in a hostile situation, Sheikh Hasina said, “I had to come to the country after overcoming many storms and obstacles. The government at that time would not allow me to come at all, there were many conspiracies against me, many attempts were made to confuse me by sending letters. ‘ That’s when I left. I didn’t think of anything. Because, this freedom cannot fail. I must make this freedom a success — a promise I and Rehana have always had. ‘
Recalling the stormy weather on the day of her return to her country, the Prime Minister said, “I came with a storm on my head. It was raining at 70 miles per hour that day, so I was in the truck. And thousands of people on the streets. ‘
He said, ‘I am grateful to the leaders and workers of the then Awami League, who elected me president in my absence and what I did not know. Those who have been with me since then and the people of this country, the power of the people is the greatest power. Because, when I came to this country after losing my parents, siblings, wherever I went in the villages, the common people, the people of the villages got a lot of love from them. ‘
He was elected President of the Awami League in the absence of Sheikh Hasina at the National Council Session held in Dhaka on 14, 15 and 16 February 1981.
Bangabandhu Kanya said, “Today we have been established as a developing country. We have been able to come to today’s position after overcoming many storms in the country and abroad. This is the biggest thing.”
Sheikh Hasina said, “There are not many leaders and workers in my party today. I lost a lot of people who worked for the team at that time. Thanks to everyone who is still there. Obaidul Quader from Chhatra League was the first to give a statement about my return. He was then the president of Chhatra League. And our Amir Hossain Amu on behalf of Juba League. And Mizanur Rahman Chowdhury raised the issue in the parliament. Although he later moved to another team. But he was the first to raise the issue of me and Rehana coming to the country. ‘
He said, “I can say that Allah always helps and Allah gives some work to the people, Allah protects them till that work is completed.”
The Prime Minister said, “I hope that Bangladesh will move forward where it stands today.” And I wish forgiveness and peace to the souls of those who have lost in this coronavirus. ‘