PM vows toughest action against militancy

PM vows toughest action against militancy


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday vowed that that she would be tough as much as needed to eradicate militancy from the country. “We’ll surely eradicate militancy and will be tough as much as needed,” she said. The Prime Minister was speaking at a programme arranged to exchange Eid greetings with the PMO officials and review the activities of her office. PM’s Press secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed reporters after the meeting. Sheikh Hasina said it will not be possible to derail the country from the spirit of Liberation War and foil the trial of war criminals with this social menace of militancy. The Prime Minister said her government will also deal with natural disasters along with manmade calamities. “I always rely on people, we have to complete the development programmes fast,” she said. Dhaka, UNB News Agency Reported.

Hasina mentioned that Bangladesh will have to march forward defying militancy and terrorism. “We will have to take our country forward.” About Gulshan terror attack, the Prime Minister said such attacks also take place in various developed countries like Japan, the UK, India, France and Belgium.She said a section of people in the country have an attitude to appease oneself by criticizing the country abroad. The Prime Minister slammed a section of newspapers which are criticizing the commando operation of law enforcers during the Gulshan incident although it was successful.


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