In Bangladesh, the present global geopolitical crisis is being felt in a number of different ways. The country is grappling with the same challenges that are affecting the rest of the world, including the rise of populism and nationalism, regional conflicts, and the ongoing pandemic and its economic fallout. We are also facing a number of unique challenges that are shaping its own particular experience of the global geopolitical crisis.
Unique challenges requires unique vision to solve any crisis. Our honourable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has envisioned the threat of a looming food crisis and have taken visionary steps to curtail the impact of the possible famine. But there are other challenges including security, energy sector, inflation and devaluation of taka.
Extremists and terrorist groups are taking advantage of the geopolitical challenges to create unrest in the Chittagong Hill Tracts. Islamist terrorist group Jamatul Ansar shook hands with separatist extremists group Kuki-Chin National Army to create a unique ensemble of armed terror in remote areas of Bandarban. Our brave men from Rapid Action Battalion performed an applaudable and efficient operation to get rid of this evil nexus despite being unduly sanctioned.SHEIKH MOHAMMAD FAUZUL MUBIN