Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said people should mention the ‘unintentional’ mistakes made by the government so that it can correct them.
“We can make unintentional mistakes. If you mention them, we’ll correct them. We’ll not hide them,” said the minister while speaking at the opening ceremony of the three-day national conference of the Bangladesh Chhatra-Jubo Oikya Parishad, a Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council backed organization, in the capital’s Engineering Institutions Auditorium on Friday.
He urged all to verify the news of any incident before put their trust on it and not to heed to any rumor.
Asaduzzaman, also a leader of the ruling Awami League, said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina does not spare even MPs over the issue of morality. “If any of the party members does anything wrong, he will be punished.”
Referring to the recent student movement over safe roads, Minister Khan said, “The Honorable Prime Minister told them that all their demands will be fulfilled. But those, who failed in different movements, misguided the students.”
Speaking over the issue of actress Nawshba’s Facebook Live, the minister questioned, “How can an actor say this in such a manner?”
About the arrest of General Mozammel Haque Chowdhury, Bangladesh Jatri Kalyan Samity Secretary, the Home Minister said, “This matter is now under investigation. It’s not possible to say anything before the investigation.”
Among others, Social Welfare Minister Rashed Khan Menon was present there.