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Thursday, December 20, 2012

[] RE: No graft during AL govt: PM

No Graft, but lots of 'grafts' during AL Govt; that was what she wanted to say. Let's take us as slip of tounge.
Shahadat Suhrawardy


Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2012 10:18:20 -0500
Subject: No graft during AL govt: PM

20December 2012
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Mohammad Gani
                                             My comment:
        Very funny but God is watching !
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Thursday, December 20, 2012

No graft during AL govt: PM

She pledges to promote Jessore to city corporation if elected again

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina addresses a a mammoth public meeting at the Central Eidghah Groundin in Jessore on Thursday. Photo: PMOUNB, Jessore
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said no one could say there has been corruption in the Padma bridge project although the allegation of 'corruption conspiracy' is there. "But, during the tenure of the BNP-Jamaat alliance government, the World Bank had stopped funding in communication and power sectors due to their massive corruption," Hasina said.

The prime minister was addressing a mammoth public meeting organised by the district unit of Awami League held at the Central Eidghah Ground in the district town with district AL president Ali Reza Raju in the chair. Home Minister Muhiuddin Khan Alamgir, ICT Minister Mostafa Faruque Mohammad and AL Joint General Secretary Mahbub-ul-Alam Hanif, among others, spoke on the occasion.

The premier said the Jessore municipality would be turned into a city corporation if her party is voted to power again in the next general election, and sought the cooperation and all-out support of the people of Jessore to this end.  Referring to the recent remarks of the opposition leader that Awami League fears the freedom fighters, Hasina said there is no reason for her party to fear the war heroes as because it was her party that had led the struggle in emergence of an independent country under the leadership of Bangabandhu.

She alleged that when the present government is moving ahead with the trial of war criminals, the opposition party along with Jamaat-Shibir is enforcing hartals and killing people, vandalising vehicles and torching those to thwart the trial. Earlier, the prime minister inaugurated the National-e-Service system at the Central Eidgah. Prior to that, Hasina inaugurated the 'Bangabandhu Memorial Mural' at Bakultala on Garibshah Road in Jessore.
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