The President of the Awami League and Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina, has appealed to the public to grant her another opportunity for service voting for the boat symbol in the upcoming January 7 election. On Tuesday (December 26, 2023), Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina conducted an election tour in Rangpur, participating in the upcoming 12th Parliament election rally.
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Upon the Prime Minister’s arrival and the daughter-in-law of Pirganj, an extensive campaign, including decorations, posters, and public announcements, covered the entire upazila. Sheikh Hasina, the Awami League president, arrived at Taraganj at 11:50 am. Throughout Tuesday morning, Awami League leaders and activists gathered at Taraganj College ground for the public meeting. As the day progressed, the entire field became crowded with the presence of leaders and workers.
PM’s Rangpur Campaign Details
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, also serving as the President of the Awami League, visited Rangpur to campaign and garner votes for the upcoming 12th parliamentary elections. Departing from her official residence, Ganabhavan, at 10 am, she arrived at Syedpur airport by air at 11:30 pm. By 11:50 am, she reached the gathering site at Taraganj Waqf Estate Government College ground.
During the visit, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urged the public to grant her another opportunity to serve by voting for the boat symbol in the forthcoming January 7 elections. She emphasized that the Awami League is dedicated to the development and prosperity of the country, as evidenced by the positive changes observed when the party is in government. Sheikh Hasina assured that if elected again, the Awami League would address issues of landlessness and homelessness, pledging that no one would be neglected.
Highlighting the improvements in people’s living standards during the Awami League’s governance, Sheikh Hasina appealed for another chance to enhance the quality of life for the citizens. She acknowledged the challenges faced by the people since the assassination of Bangabandhu and emphasized her commitment to improving the country’s per capita income and overall quality of life. Sheikh Hasina expressed her determination to move the country forward and reiterated her selfless dedication to the welfare of the nation.
Previous Election Rallies of PM On 12th National Election
Previously, the president of the Awami League initiated her party’s election campaign in the Sylhet-1 constituency after paying homage at the shrines of Hazrat Shahjalal (RA) and Hazrat Shah Paran (RA), adhering to the established tradition. Additionally, on December 23, she conducted virtual election rallies across six districts, including Public Library Field in Kushtia, Wazir Ali School and College Field in Jhenaidah, Satkhira Government High School in Satkhira, Zilla Stadium in Netrokona, and Sheikh Russell Stadium in Rangamati district, as well as Bamna and Patharghata upazilas in Barguna district, all coordinated from the Bangladesh Awami League Office. Furthermore, on December 21, she addressed election rallies in five districts—Panchagarh, Lalmonirhat, Natore, Pabna, and Khagracchari—via a virtual platform from the Awami League Office at Tejgaon.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s impassioned plea for support in Rangpur reflects her commitment to the nation’s progress. Emphasizing the Awami League’s transformative governance, she envisions a future where every citizen thrives. As the upcoming elections approach, her call for another chance echoes a selfless pursuit of a prosperous, inclusive Bangladesh for generations to come.