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May 19, 2022

Meeting of the executive parliament of AL will be held toady

The Awami League Central Executive Parliament meeting today may result in a number of decisions, including the organisation of the party's national conference. The meeting will take place in the Prime Minister's official house, Ganobhaban, at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Through this meeting, all of the Central Committee's leaders will get the chance to meet with President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for the first time in five and a half months. The most recent meeting of the Awami League Central Executive Parliament took place on November 19, 2016, at Ganobhaban, Bangladesh. It was agreed at the meeting that Jahangir Alam, the General Secretary of the Gazipur Metropolitan Awami League, would be expelled from the party...

We have always come to power through voting: PM

Sheikh Hasina, the President of AL and Prime Minister of the Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, said that the Awami League has always come to power through the will of the people. In fact, it has come to power three times by exercising voting rights. Sheikh Hasina expressed gratitude to the people by saying, "They have voted, again and again, allowing us to retain power three times in a row." There has been a significant amount of progress. She further added that, as a result, the quality of life has improved. We would want to see the democratic trend continue.

She also mentioned that

Unlawful activities on the roads during festivals: need proper attention 


Anika Tabassum Mohona

Bangladesh is a secular country that permits individuals of privilege to participate in a variety of festivals throughout the year. Festivals are a source of enormous delight and satisfaction for everyone involved. While attending festivals, it is not uncommon to see trucks, pick-up vans, and other local cars completely filled with young males who are dancing about and singing along with the ...

People returning Dhaka after scheduled Eid vacation

The scheduled Eid break has passed, but they have not yet begun returning to Dhaka in full force. Because tomorrow was a national holiday in Bangladesh, there was little pressure on the streets. The vast majority of folks who arrived today are returning to avoid being sent back. A large number of people are riding motorcycles. According to the transportation firm, passenger demand will grow to start tomorrow.