Country and nation do not want to see rogue rule of BNP Jamaat anymore – Education Minister

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Md. Khorshed Alam

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Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni said that the country and the nation do not want to see the rogue rule of BNP Jamaat anymore. Citizens have full confidence in leader Sheikh Hasina. As long as Sheikh Hasina remains in power, the development of the country will continue. During the tenure of BNP Jamaat, the country has gone backwards in all areas. We will move forward at an unstoppable speed with the young generation. We will quickly transform this country into a smart Bangladesh. A circle is spreading misinformation about education. Malpropaganda is being carried out by editing pictures of different countries. Islam will never be harmed in the country of Bangabandhu and Sheikh Hasina. People are being misled for the sake of Islam. You all need to be aware. He said, we are working under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to realize Bangabandhu’s dream. The people of this country jumped into the freedom struggle under the leadership of Bangabandhu. He established an independent country from a subjugated province. Bangabandhu showed us all the paths we are walking now. He called us green revolution. We are making this country a prosperous country in that way. People of this country no longer want to see Hawa Bhaban and Khawab Bhaban. The process of development should be continued by ensuring the victory of the boat in the next election. The minister said these things while addressing the chief guest at the 50th anniversary celebration of Bishnapur High School of Comilla’s Muradnagar Upazila on Thursday. Under the chairmanship of President’s Press Secretary Md. Zainal Abedin, Member of Parliament of Comilla-3 Muradnagar Constituency Yusuf Abdullah Harun FCA spoke as a special guest. Comilla North District Awami League President M Ruhul Amin, Comilla Education Board Chairman Professor Dr. Jamal Nasser, Central Jubo League leader Mohammad Ismail and others spoke among others. 5 former teachers of the school were honored in the ceremony.

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