Asserting that next general election must be held in a free, fair and impartial manner in the country and on time, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said none will be allowed to play ducks and drakes with the voting rights of the people.

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said all manufacturing and exporting industries would be brought under the central fund of the Ministry of the Labour and Employment created to provide financial support to the families of the workers who die or receive grave injuries in their working places.

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has reiterated her government's commitment to continue support for the flood victims, saying that nobody will suffer for food.

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said "We have taken the steps so that no land would fell uncultivated." She said that "not a single person would go hungry… we would ensure food security of every people."

 

Japan has assured that the country would continue its assistance for Bangladesh's development.

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has come down hard on Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha for his observations in the 16th constitutional amendment verdict and his responses to criticism that followed.

 

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina assured the flood-hit people of the country of providing food assistance to them for three months until harvesting of the next crops and said that all the affected people would get relief goods.

 

It came as quite a shock to Radwan Mujib Siddiq, when he was told by his family that there was a law in the country protecting the killers of his grandfather Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

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