Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday reiterated her firm determination to take Bangladesh to its desired goal, saying that she doesnâ€™t care about any conspiracies to this end.
â€œI have been observing the conspiracies from my childhood â€¦ I donâ€™t care it. I believe that as long as the almighty Allah, the people and the blessings of my parents remain with me, we could reach our desired goal,â€ she said.
The prime minister said this when leaders of Bangladesh Awami League and its associate bodies came to Ganobhaban, the official residence of the PM, this morning to greet her on the occasion of Sheikh Hasinaâ€™s 37th homecoming day.
On this day in 1981, Sheikh Hasina returned home after six years in exile following the brutal assassination of Father of the Nation and the architect of independent Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most of his family members on August 15 in 1975.
Sheikh Hasina and her younger sister Sheikh Rehana escaped the carnage as they were in Germany at that time.
Earlier, the leaders of Bangladesh Awami League and its associate bodies greeted the prime minister by presenting bouquets and chanting slogans on the occasion of the Homecoming Day.
The prime minister said all have the responsibility for letting know the real history of the country to the people and putting Bangladesh on a dignified position in the world.