Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has been criticized for making controversial remarks on rape. He blamed pornography imported from the West and neighboring countries for the rape. Imran Khan thinks that if obscenity is reduced, the issue of rape will come under control. However, the Pakistani media has sharply criticized Imran Khan for such a statement.Dawn says that Imran Khan’s way of thinking is insensitive and outdated.Dawn says that Imran Khan’s way of t
In an editorial published on Tuesday, Dawn wrote that such controversial remarks by the Prime Minister could cause harm. Imran Khan has emphasized on veiling women, not correcting men’s behavior. Dawn says that Imran Khan’s way of thinking is insensitive and outdated.
Imran Khan has left the responsibility of protecting women on the society. Dawn also claimed that Imran Khan has evaded the responsibility of the government to ensure the safety of women.
BD Daily / Farzana
March 26, 1971 was the day when the Bengali nation broke the shackles of subjugation and declared itself as an independent, sovereign nation. We remember that glorious day with deep respect. I remember Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the architect of the freedom struggle, thirty thousand martyrs in the war of independence and two lakh tortured mothers and sisters. Today we are praying for the forgiveness of their souls.
This year we are celebrating the golden jubilee of independence. Inspired by the dream and spirit with which we waged the war of liberation, Bangladesh has made a lot of progress in many areas during this period. Even though the country’s population has more than doubled since the liberation war, basic food needs have been met, and education has expanded, especially in primary education. The health situation has improved, infant and maternal mortality rates have dropped significantly, women’s participation in economic activities has increased, and we have made significant progress in many indicators of human resource development.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s dynamic leadership, long term plan, achievement of MDGs, implementation of SDGs including education, health, gender equality, agriculture, poverty reduction, average life expectancy, export oriented industrialization, 100 special economic zones, garment industry, pharmaceutical industry, export growth Economic indicators. Mega projects of the country including Padma Bridge, Rooppur Nuclear Power Station, Pigeon Deep Sea Port, Dhaka Metrorail.
Despite being a small developing country, Bangladesh has already become a role model for the world in its integrated management of natural disasters, its use of micro-credit and its role in poverty alleviation, transparency and fairness in conducting elections, popularization, positive changes in social and economic indicators. . Born in exchange for the blood of 3 million martyrs, this Bangladesh has had to overcome thousands of obstacles to get to where it is today. The statistics of the 50 years of the war-torn, almost infrastructural newborn nation are not insufficient. Among the six goals of the Millennium Development Goals, Bangladesh has been able to make significant progress in education, child mortality reduction and poverty reduction. Education facilities, women’s empowerment, reduction of maternal and child mortality and birth rates, provision of toilets and health facilities for the poor and immunization of children are among the activities.
One of the steps taken by the government of Bangladesh to spread education at all levels is the distribution of free books among 100% of the students. Stipend system has been introduced from primary to secondary level to advance women’s education.
Achieving women’s empowerment; Overcoming the bitter past of women’s deprivation, Bangladesh has come a long way in empowering women. Bangladesh is now the second largest country in the world in the garment industry. And the lion’s share of the workers in this industry are women. Microfinance has made an unprecedented contribution to rural development and women’s empowerment in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh in UN peacekeeping mission; Since Bangladesh joined the UN peacekeeping mission in 1986, it has conducted its activities in the peace mission with fame and success.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina succeeds in tackling corona: Under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Bangladesh has been able to tackle the challenge of corona. At a time when heads of government around the world are struggling to meet the Corona challenge, under the leadership of the Prime Minister, we have been able to deal with the Corona situation well.
Author: Advocate, Bangladesh Supreme Court and President, South Asian Lawyers Forum.
BD-Daily / Salah Uddin