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None can destroy Awami League: Bangladesh PM

None can destroy Awami League: Bangladesh PM

Dhaka, Jun 24 (UNI) Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday described Bangladesh Awami League as one of the well-organised political parties in the subcontinent and expressed her firm confidence that none could destroy the organisation.

"Awami League is one of the well-organised and oldest political parties in the subcontinent none could break the party despite the attacks the party faced time and again in the past and none will be able to do it in future also," Hasina said.

Mentioning that the root of Awami League is very deep, she said none could uproot this in the past in spite of efforts for a hundred times and none will be able to do it in future.

Sheikh Hasina, the Awami League president, said this while presiding over a discussion organised by her party at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre here this afternoon on the occasion of its 70th founding anniversary.

Awami League Publication and Publicity Secretary Dr Hasan Mahmud and Deputy Secretary Aminul Islam Amin conducted the discussion, while Deputy Leader of Jatiya Sangsad and senior Presidium member of the party Syeda Sazeda Chowdhury and other senior leaders were present on the dais.

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