Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the people of the country to vote for Awami League to ensure a hunger- and poverty-free Bangladesh stating that each vote counts.
The Premier made the statement while speaking addressing a rally at Bhanga circle in Faridpur on her way back to Dhaka from Tungipara.
“Every vote is valuable and your one vote will help us form the government for the continuation of the country’s development,” said AL president Sheikh Hasina.
The Premier went on to add that if Awami League fails to return to power, the construction work on the Padma Bridge will be suspended.
“Every single vote is valuable for us. Cast your vote for Awami League-backed candidate Kazi Zafarullah, also an AL presidium member, for ensuring a hunger- and poverty-free Bangladesh,” added Sheikh Hasina.
The Premier is expected to address six more rallies at Faridpur circle, Rajbari road circle, Manikganj bus stand, Rabeya Medical College and Hospital premises in Dhamrai and Savar bus stand.
Earlier, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina left Tungipara for Dhaka after inaugurating Awami League’s election campaign.
Sheikh Hasina, also president of ruling Awami League, started her journey around 9:04 am by road from Tungirpara.
She boarded her car after reciting from the holy Quran and offering munajat at the grave of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
On her way back to Dhaka, Sheikh Hasina will address seven rallies at Bhanga circle in Faridpur, Faridpur circle, Rajbari road circle, Manikganj bus stand, Rabeya Medical College and Hospital premises in Dhamrai and Savar bus stand.
Earlier on Wednesday, the Awami League President launched her party’s election campaign through seeking vote for ‘Boat’ in the upcoming national election while addressing a public rally at Sheikh Lutfar Rahman Government Degree College ground at Kotalipara in Gopalganj.
The premier urged the countrymen to reply BNP’s violence and anarchy with ballot.