Mother’s Contribution To The Politics And Progress Of The People Of Bangladesh: Prime Minister

Mother's Contribution To The Politics And Progress Of The People Of Bangladesh: Prime Minister

Describing  as the biggest guerrilla, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that Bangamata Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib has made an outstanding contribution in every struggle of the War of Independence.

My mother Begum Fazilatunnesa Mujib has always inspired Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to think for the people of the country. Despite being heavily active in politics, the Pakistani intelligence service has never been able to detect the activities of the guerrilla organization Begum Mujib.

The Prime Minister said this while addressing the ‘Celebration of 91st Birth Anniversary of Bangamata Begum Fazilatunnesa Mujib’ and awarding of ‘Bangamata Begum Fazilatunnesa Mujib Padak-2021’ at Osmani Memorial Auditorium in the capital on Sunday (August 8). She participated in the video conferencing from Ganobhaban at the event of the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs.

Sheikh Hasina said, we have become independent through a guerrilla war. I always say, my mother was the biggest guerrilla. He would secretly go and meet the students, come with directions. A meeting of the working committee of the Awami League was also held at our house. Many leaders have left the 6-point. My mother was very strong then for 6-point.

The Prime Minister said Bangabandhu could have gone to many big places by studying in the family in which he was born. But he has dedicated his life to the people of the country. He was assisted by my mother Fazilatunnesa Mujib. He was a fearless companion in the struggle of crisis.

“If my mother had different needs,” he said. Husband has different needs and desires of people. There is a lot to gain. My mother, father did not need anything. He always said, think about the country. We don’t have to think. The motivation is gone. My mother’s contribution is not only in the politics of this country, but also in the progress of the people of Bangladesh.

Sheikh Hasina said, my mother had a habit; Buy books. He used to buy books from Newmarket. He would take us too. He believed that every girl should be educated and needed financial security. You don’t have to shout empty rights.

State Minister for Women and Children Affairs Fazilatunnesa Indira presided over the meeting. Secretary Saidul Islam, Professor Anwar Hossain, Chemon Ara of National Women’s Organization and many others took part in it.


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