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Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday reiterated that she does not want to go to power in a way which may destabilise the peaceful situation in the country. - A home for your website

I don t have any desire to go to power by any means possible ...if we can get elected by people s vote then it s Alhamdullillah. If we can t retain power, there is no problem. Let peace prevail in the country," she said. Sheikh Hasina said this while addressing the Businessmen Conference titled Bangladesh towards peace and prosperity at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC) organised by the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FBCCI). She said her party wants to see a peaceful election in the country as many political parties are contesting the 11th general election of the country. The AL president said a beautiful and peaceful situation prevailing in the country. "Let the election be held maintaining this peaceful atmosphere, the party which will get the people s mandate will be there in power," she said.The prime minister said she wanted the people of the country to cast their votes peacefully and choose their desired government. "Let that environment prevail in the country... I do want that." Hasina mentioned if the peaceful situation prevails in the country the country will advance further. She sought support from the businesses community for the Boat to maintain the pace of development and finish the incomplete development projects to make the country developed and prosperous one. "We ve taken so many projects including some mega projects, we need more time to complete those," Hasina said. Mentioning the private sector as the driving force of the economy, she said the private sector will be the key player while the government will act as the facilitator. Hasina said the drive against militancy, terrorism and drugs will continue while the government will show zero tolerance against corruption. Former FBCCI presidents Mahbubur Rahman, Salman F Rahman, Mir Nasir Hossain and AK Azad, and Rokeya Afzal Rahman, Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Chamber (MCCI) president Nihat Kabir, Bangladesh Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) president Siddiqur Rahman, Alhaj Sufi M Mizanur Rahman, Incepta Pharmaceuticals managing director Abdul Muktadir, ACI chairman Anis Ud Dowla, GP CEO Michael Foley, managing director of Microsoft Bangladesh Sonia Bashir Kabir, City Group chairman Fazlur Rahman and Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services BASIS) president Syed Almas Kabir also spoke at the programme . It was also addressed by president of Leather Goods And Footwear Manufacturer & Exporter s Association of Bangladesh (LFMEAB) Saiful Islam, Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) Abul kashem khan, Bashundhara Group chairman Ahmed akbar sobhan, Berger Paits managing director Rupali Chowdhury, Mohammadi Group managing director Rubana Haq, AKM Selim Osman, MP, Former president of BGMEA Engineer Kutub Uddin Ahmed , Tipu Munshi, MP, former BGMEA president Atiqul Islam, Anwar Group managing director Manowar Hossain, Abdul Momen Sugar Refinery chairman Mainuddin Momen, BSRM GRoup chairman Ali Hossain Akbar FCA, former BGMEA president Anwarul Alam Chowdhury Parvez, Dokan Malik Samity President Helal Uddin and Captain Anisur Rahman Sinha of Opex Group. FBCCI president Md. Shafiul Islam (Mohiuddin) moderated it.