No scope of return to caretaker government system: PM
The opposition parties, including BNP, are adamant that they will not go to the elections without a caretaker government system. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said in an interview given to the American media, Voice of America, that there is no other chance to return to the caretaker government system.
In a video interview published on the Voice of America website on Saturday (September 30), the Prime Minister was questioned; the opposition parties led by the BNP have been demanding the next parliamentary elections under a caretaker government or a neutral government. It is being said that there is no scope for this in the constitution. Since you have the necessary majority in the current parliament to amend the constitution and bring back the caretaker government system, will you consider any initiative to amend the constitution and accept the opposition's demands or at least discuss it with them?
In response, the Prime Minister said, there is no way to go back to this system. Why do we discuss?
Responding to a question about the US visa ban, Sheikh Hasina said, "When she, her party and the government have fought a long struggle to establish people's right to vote, they have ensured the right of the people of Bangladesh to vote and free and fair elections, and when Bangladesh has become a developing country, why such sanctions suddenly?" she doesn't know
The Prime Minister claimed that Bangladesh now has a lot of job opportunities, so it "doesn't matter" if (Bangladeshis) can't come to America as a result of visa sanctions.
Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said in an interview about the complaints of the United Nations Human Rights Commission about the disappearances in Bangladesh, that unnecessary false accusations are never acceptable.
Another cause of concern regarding human rights in Bangladesh is the phenomenon of disappearances and the United Nations Human Rights Commission has expressed concern about it many times. The Bangladesh section of the annual report of the United Nations Human Rights Commission this year said that the Bangladesh government was asked to know the true status of 88 missing persons, and in response, the Bangladesh government said that five people were detained and 10 people were at large. The remaining 70 cases have not been resolved, the UN said. In response to the question why you are not informing the United Nations about these 70 incidents or when you will inform them, Sheikh Hasina said that many people make such allegations but could not provide any proof. Can give no name, can give nothing.
Regarding the permission to send the ailing leader of the main opposition party, Begum Khaleda Zia, who was convicted in a 'political case', to be sent abroad for better treatment, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh said, for this reason, the current government order that allowed her to stay at home and receive medical treatment in the country was canceled. , go to jail and apply to the court.