PM asks AL men to go door-to-door seeking vote


City Desk :
Awami League (AL) President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has asked her party men to go door to door with their election manifesto to convince the people to vote for ‘boat’ as only her party can continue the country’s journey towards advancement and prosperity.

“We have announced our election manifesto yesterday (Wednesday). Read the manifesto and go to the people with the manifesto and seek vote for the boat,” she said, reports BSS.

The Prime Minister was virtually addressing six election rallies of the AL in Jamalpur, Sherpur, Kishoreganj, Narsingdi, Chandpur and Bandarban together this afternoon from the party’s Tejgaon office here.

She said the AL government has been able to transform Bangladesh into a developing country and the nation’s journey as a developing nation will finally start in 2026.

The premier said they would turn Bangladesh into developed, prosperous and Smart Sonar Bangla by 2041 as envisioned by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman by maintaining the developing country status.

“Only Awami League can sustain the advancement of the country towards the development,” she said.

Reminding the people that the country’s progress has been made as her party is in power since 2009 because the people voted for her party’s electoral symbol ‘boat’, she said, “Vote for the boat again to give the chance of serving the people.”


The AL chief said Bangladesh is progressing ahead and will progress further if her party is voted to power again.

“People from all strata will get an improved and better life if the Awami League remains in power.

InshaAllah, the Awami League will get the people’s mandate to serve them again,” she added.

Sheikh Hasina alerted her party men against the conspiracies being hatched at home and abroad over the 12th parliamentary election slated for January 7.

“Make sure that a festive atmosphere exists and the election becomes competitive and participatory as conspiracies are being hatched nationally and internationally about the polls,” she said.

The AL president said the election will be participatory with participation of the voters and the masses though the terror organisation BNP and the party of war criminals Jamaat are not participating.