Faridpur, December 26, 2013
Prime Minister and president of Bangladesh Awami League Sheikh Hasina today said, BNP have to wait for next election train as they missed the first one. "Dialogue may be held with BNP on holding the 11th parliamentelection if the party give up terrorism and anarchy and renounceits association with terrorist party Jamaat-e- Islam," she said.
Gopalgonj, December 27, 2013
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today urged the people to resist the BNP-Jamaat activists who would try to prevent people from exercising franchise. "It's BNP's choice to boycott election, but the party has no right to foil the polls," she said. She urged people to come to the polling centers with all preparations to undo any attempt of the BNP-Jamaat against the polls. Sheikh Hasina said this while addressing a number of election campaign rallies in Gopalganj and Munshiganj districts.
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Dhaka, December 25, 2013
Today, through a press release, Bangladesh Awami league has announced the website, YouTube channel and the FaceBook page as official.
Amid continued criticism over the Opposition's boycott, the Prime Minister's son says the general election will be accepted internationally if it is not 'influenced'.
Dhaka, December 22, 2013
Four teams formed with the central leaders of different associate bodies of Bangladesh Awami League(AL) will start visiting from tomorrow the places hit by violence unleashed by the 18- party alliance during its blockades.
Dhaka, December 21, 2013
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today blamed opposition BNP for the one-sided elections saying in the absence of any rivals many candidates got the opportunity to get elected unopposed. "We thought the opposition party would come to the election. As many as 154 candidates would have no chance to get elected uncontested had the opposition party participated in the polls," she said. "It is not our fault, it is a blunder of the opposition," the Prime Minister said in a discussion of Awami League on the Victory Day in the Krishibid Institution auditorium here today.