A self-sufficient Bangladesh in food – a long-cherished vision of the party – has been made possible twice by Awami League-led governments under Sheikh Hasina’s leadership. No development is possible with an empty stomach- the party believes this saying and like its previous term, the Awami League-led government has put the highest emphasis on food production during the current term as well.
Bangladesh Awami League believes that education is a prerequisite to the development of a nation. Ever since assuming taking office, the Awami League government under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina took special measures so that no child is left unschooled. As a result, almost 100 % children of the country now go to school, a feat unprecedented in the history of this region.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urged members of the armed forces to work with the people for crafting a happy and prosperous Bangladesh with the spirit of the Liberation War.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has announced that the government would provide allowance from January next to the members of different forces who took part in the Liberation War.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina paid rich tributes to the martyred members of Bangladesh Armed Forces on the occasion of the Armed Forces Day 2017.
The Cabinet approved the drafts of the proposals for constituting two separate laws for formation of metropolitan police in Gazipur and Rangpur cities of the country.
Japan will provide more 18.6m US Dollars assistance to the priority areas for the forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals who took shelter in Bangladesh following violence in Myanmar's Rakhine state...
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said UNESCO acknowledgment of Bangabandhu's 7th March speech as a world heritage proved the history could never be erased while she sought nation's vigilance to...
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina deplored BNP chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia for her festive and luxurious visit to Cox's Bazar in the name of seeing the woes of the Rohingyas.
The government launched a project to establish "Sheikh Hasina Cantonment" at Lebukhali along the Payra River in Barisal involving an estimated cost of Taka 1,699 crore.
Prime Minister and Leader of the House Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh's existence and history are involved with Bangabandhu's historic March 7 speech.