Quader: Once riddled with debt, Bangladesh is now the lender country
Quader revealed that Bangladesh provided loans to Sudan and Sri Lanka, indebted
The Secretary General of the Awami League and Minister of Road Transport and Bridges, Obaidul Quader, said on Sunday that 12 years ago, from a country riddled with debt, Bangladesh became a lender country by achieving unprecedented development.
“The world is amazed to witness the exceptional success of a transformed Bangladesh. It has now become a country that grants loans, ”he announced during an extended meeting of the Dhaka district LA at the party’s central office on Bangabandhu Avenue.
Quader revealed that Bangladesh provided loans to indebted Sudan and Sri Lanka even during the coronavirus crisis.
According to Quader, the BNP suffers from jealousy as the country continues to move forward under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
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Further, he added that Bangladesh is now a brilliant country with enormous potential, overcoming various conspiracies and difficulties.
“Bangladesh has its head held high as it progresses across all indices of its economy,” he said, adding that the country’s economic growth would once again increase some on-going mega-projects being completed.
The general secretary of the Awami League has urged party leaders and workers to prepare for the next general election, alerting everyone that the elections are not far away – only two years remain.
He also asserted that everyone should work in unison, avoiding all differences to strengthen Sheikh Hasina’s hands.
“The president of the LA, Sheikh Hasina, is in a very hard position with regard to organizational discipline,” he said. “New committees should be formed at the level of neighborhoods, unions and upazila by organizing councils, and district councils should be organized.”
“As the second wave of the coronavirus rages on, in-room counseling could be arranged, if necessary,” he continued.