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Sheikh Hasina has sought votes for the Awami League’s ‘boat’ symbol and warned the people about "the involvement of the BNP leaders in corruption, militancy and financial embezzlement".


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The prime minister was addressing a campaign rally organised by the ruling party s Dhaka North unit at the Gulshan Youth Club ground on Friday.

“ Paddy sheaf (BNP s electoral symbol) means corruption, bombings, rise of militancy, money laundering, and embezzlement of the orphans money,” she remarked.

“How can those who don t consider people human beings seek vote for paddy sheaf ,” she asked her audienceThe Awami League chief reintroduced the party s candidates for the Dhaka North constituencies in the Dec 30 election at the rally.
She then said, “ Boat symbol means development, prosperity, people s freedom, change of their fate, and the welfare they deserve. Please consider these facts and cast vote for boat .”

Referring to the pledges in the party s election manifesto, she said the Awami League will continue working for the people, but it needed their support again.

“We want vote for boat for the country s security and peace, and to end corruption,” Hasina said.

She also said Bangladesh will be able to celebrate Bangabandhu s 100th birth anniversary in 2020 and golden jubilee of independence the following year “only if the Awami League forms the next government”Awami League candidates Akbar Hossain Pathan Farooque (Dhaka-17), AKM Rahmatullah (Dhaka-11), Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal (Dhaka-12), Sadek Khan (Dhaka-13), Aslamul Haque (Dhaka-14), Kamal Ahmed Majumder (Dhaka-15), Elias Uddin Mollah (Dhaka-16), Sahara Khatun (Dhaka-18), and Salman F Rahman (Dhaka-1), among others, attended the rally.
Hasina will travel to Sylhet on Saturday to offer prayers at the shrines of three Sufi saints and address a rally as part of campaign.

She is also scheduled to join the campaign in Rangpur on Sunday and address a rally at Kamrangirchar in Dhaka on Monday.

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