Staff Reporter: State Minister for Information and Broadcasting Murad Hasan has lauded Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
He said, “Every country in the world has many places to be proud of. When someone on foreign soil asks, what do you have to be proud of? Hon’ble Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, daughter of Bangabandhu, is proud of the Bengali nation.
“The alternative word for independent Bangladesh is Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the father of the greatest Bengali nation of all time. If any ordinary person of Bangladesh is asked now, he will also say that Sheikh Hasina is their pride. ”
The state minister said this at the anniversary function of an online news portal at the National Press Club on Thursday.
Murad said the development and expansion of the online portal were possible under the direction of the Prime Minister, who said the government believed in freedom of speech.
He said, “Young people are the strength to take Digital Bangladesh to a unique height. The online platform will play a leading role in providing accurate information services to the nation by ensuring transparency and accountability in the hands of today’s youth. ”
Expressing gratitude to the media personnel for fulfilling their responsibilities despite the coronavirus infection, the state minister said, “Bangabandhu’s daughter Sheikh Hasina will do everything for the welfare of the media. It is possible for him, he has given 13 and a half crore rupees for the welfare of journalists. ”
Calling the Awami League a ‘party of patriotic people’, he said, “The Awami League does not believe in the politics of killing. Zia is the guru of the politics of murder in this country. This Zia is the villain of the August 15 incident, And the result is the murder of the killer. ”
The organizer of the event, BD News 24.com editor. Saiful Alam, editor of Daily Jugantar, Quddus Afrad, president of Dhaka Journalists Union, Mizan Malik, president of Crime Reporters Association, Khairul Alam Sagar, member of Awami League’s relief and social welfare subcommittee and Golam Rabbani, former GS of Daksh spoke on the occasion.