Birthday greetings pour on Sheikh Hasina, the Prime Minister and leader of development and progress of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. Our Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is the one who is leading Bangladesh on the highway of development, overcoming hundreds of obstacles with confidence like the Father of the Nation. He has earned a place in the heart of the people through his work towards public welfare. That is why, she becomes the leader of the people, our trust and beacon of development. People believe that she will work for the welfare of the country to the last drop of her life. The countrymen get match between her words and deeds. Like her father, she has dedicated herself to the cause of the people of this country. Under her capable leadership, Bangladesh is being taken to the ranks of developed countries.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the architect of modern Bangladesh, was born on September 28, 1947, in Tungipara of Gopalganj district. She spent her childhood and youth in Tungipara, an area near Madhumati river. Sheikh Hasina, the eldest among the five children of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the proclaimer of independence of Bangladesh, and Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatun Nesa Mujib, moved to Dhaka with her parents after the 1954 election.
After assuming the leadership of the Awami League in 1981, a visionary and strong leader Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina organised the party through a long struggle and formed the government for the first time in 1996. After winning the election for the second time in 2008, the third time in 2014 and the fourth time in 2018, she assumed the responsibility of the Prime Minister for the fourth time. Under her leadership, Bangladesh has become a role model for development in the world today. Sustained economic growth, food sufficiency, women’s empowerment, agriculture, education, health, rural infrastructure, communications, energy and power, trade, ICT and SME sectors have achieved tremendous success. In addition, she has achieved incredible success in many areas of national life, including trial of war criminals, prevention of militancy, trial of self-confessed murderers of Bangabandhu, execution of historic peace agreement of Chittagong Hill Tracts, recognition of International Mother Language Day on February 21.
Source: The Daily SUN.