Our Correspondent, Manikganj: Home Minister Advocate Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said that the government can be changed through elections. And to change that government, you have to take part in the elections.
Without participating in the election, there will be no benefit from any conspiracy and gossip. The people of this country have identified them. turned away from them.
The Home Minister said these things while inaugurating the Police Investigation Center and the Liberation War mural at Durgam Char, Harirampur Padma, Manikganj on Saturday afternoon.
The Home Minister said that there will be no benefit from dharna to foreigners. Foreigners will also notice within a day or two that they have moved away from the crowd.
Home Minister said, we think this election commission will give us a good election.
Highlighting the development of the Prime Minister, the Home Minister said that the Bengali nation is enlightened. The people of the country know very well where Bangladesh has gone today. I know the news from all over Bangladesh, they don’t want to go back to darkness. Their only thing is that as long as Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is in power, the country will be bright.
Under the chairmanship of Manikganj Superintendent of Police Muhammad Golam Azad, MP Benazir Ahmed, Tourist Police Additional AGP Habibur Rahman, Dhaka Range , DIG Syed Nurul Islam, District Administrator Muhammad Abdul Latif, District Council Chairman Golam Mohiuddin, District Community Policing Forum President Engineer Salam Chowdhury and many others were pr
Before this, the Home Minister will inaugurate the mural built on Harina camp (Harirampur CO office) and Sutaldi launch attack in Harirampur upazila at 3:30 pm.
It is noted that during the Liberation War, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal fought in Natakhela area of Harirampur Upazila. His cousin Mahfuzur Rahman was killed during the war.