Inside Politics


Quader suggests BNP make preparations for next election instead of next movement

Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Friday advised BNP to prepare for the next general election instead of thinking about the next movement. Read More...

2024 election was the fairest since 1975: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said this year's January 7 polls were the freest, fairest and most credible in Bangladesh after 1975. "I think the election that was held in Bangladesh on January 7 this year was the freest, fairest and most neutral since 1975," she told a view exchange meeting with Tungipara Awami League leaders and activists at her official Ganabhaban residence. Read More...

PM for patience regarding war-like situation in Myanmar: Law Minister

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has instructed the armed forces and paramilitary border guards of Bangladesh to have patience regarding the recent war-like situation in Myanmar between their government forces and insurgents. Law Minister Anisul Huq, in absence of Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan, on Monday said this while responding to a supplementary question from Opposition Chief Whip Mujibul Huq Chunnu in the parliament. Read More...

BCCT will give top priority to research in its funding: Saber

Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Saber Hossain Chowdhury today said Bangladesh Climate Change Trust (BCCT), a subsidiary of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, will give top priority to research in its funding. He said research needs to be increased in the country to solve various problems, and it is not possible to depend on research from other countries. Read More...

BNP-Jamaat patronizing militants: Anisul

Urging the countrymen to remain alert, Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anisul Huq today said BNP-Jamaat are patronizing militant organizations. Everyone should remain cautious against the militant groups as BNP and Jamaat are patronizing the outfits till now, he said replying to a query of reporters after inaugurating PC Guarder Bridge on Akhaura Boro Bazar Dharkhar Road in Akhaura upazila of the district. Read More...

BNP and Jamaat still haven’t uttered a single word against genocide in Palestine: Foreign Minister.

Foreign Minister and Awami League Joint General Secretary Dr Hasan Mahmud on Monday said BNP and Jamaat still have not uttered a single word against the genocide in Palestine. “Those who remain silent against genocide for their own interests will never be able to safeguard the country,” he said. Read More...


BNP and Jamaat still haven’t uttered a single word against genocide in Palestine: Foreign Minister

Foreign Minister and Awami League Joint General Secretary Dr Hasan Mahmud on Monday said BNP and Jamaat still have not uttered a single word against the genocide in Palestine. “Those who remain silent against genocide for their own interests will never be able to safeguard the country,” he said. Read More...

Sheikh Hasina doesn’t tolerate any foreign intervention: Quader

Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader today said BNP is waiting for sanctions from the USA on Bangladesh to change the ongoing political situation, but Prime Minster Sheikh Hasina has clearly said she is never worried on foreign restrictions. Read More...

Give befitting reply to election foiling attempt through votes: PM

Awami League (AL) President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today said the countrymen will give a befitting reply with votes to the local and foreign conspiracies being hatched to bring third party to power to disrupt January 7 election. Read More...

Sheikh Hasina unveils AL election manifesto, pledging to build smart Bangladesh

Awami League (AL) President Sheikh Hasina today announced her party's polls manifesto for 2024 general election, vowing to build a developed, prosperous and Smart Bangladesh by 2041. "Bangladesh will be established as a high-middle-income country by 2031 and a developed, prosperous, smart one by 2041 by the Bangladesh Awami League, the bearer of the spirit of the Liberation War, if the people once again allow us to serve them by voting for the Boat, the AL's electoral symbol," she said. Read More...

EC to deploy army ahead of JS polls

The Election Commission is to deploy armed forces across the country ahead of the upcoming 12th Jatiya Sangsad (JS) polls, officials said here yesterday. "The election commission (EC) wants us (armed forces) to be deployed to stage a free and fair election in a healthy atmosphere. We ensured them of all out support," armed forces division's principal staff officer Lieutenant General Wakar-uz-Zaman told a media briefing. Read More...

BNP is the first ‘king’s party’ of the country: Hasan

Information and Broadcasting Minister and Awami League Joint General Secretary Dr Hasan Mahmud today said BNP is the first ‘king’s party’ of the country founded by Ziaur Rahman. “Ziaur Rahman after usurping to power formed BNP through distributing leftover of power,” he said while replying to a query of reporters at his office at secretariat here. Read More...

BNP-Jamaat rampage on October 28 at a glance

BNP-Jamaat rampage on October 28 at a glance Read More...

Are people trusted party workers entering politics?

It is said that generally, a highly educated person can read six thousand medium-sized books in a lifetime, but Mao Se Tung is an exception. He has read eleven thousand books. He is not just interested in bringing about a revolution in post-feudal society; for many, he is still relevant due to his intellectual dominance. Regarding Mao Se Tung's relationship with the party and society, his trusted comrade Chen Chang-Feng once told... Read More...

Chhatra League is the burden of Awami League?

In January 1969, under the leadership of Chhatra League, the united student movement council, known as Sarbadaliya Chhatra Sangram Parishad, was formed and demanded 11 points. In the first point (Dha), it was stated that half of the fare on trains, steamers, and launches... Read More...

UP elections: What is behind the sinking of the boat?

The third phase of Union Parishad (UP) elections took place last Sunday. Amidst violence, ballot paper snatching, and attempts to infiltrate polling centers, the election ended with various irregularities and controversies. In many districts, boat symbols have been victorious in the third phase, despite facing tough competition... Read More...