Bangladesh: First politician blogger

Sajeeb, the son of the former Prime Minister of Bangladesh and Awami League chief Sheikh Hasina, is the first Bangladeshi politician to blog. “Wait a minute. Where’s our credit? Why are we being blamed for destroying our democratic institutions? After all, we have been completely shut out of government for five years.”

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  • A little discussion on this topic at –

    http://ashik.blog-city.com/first_blog_of_a_bangladeshi_politician.htm

  • Saimon

    The country we call “Shonar Bangla” which mean the beautiful resourceful country, now when i hear or see this word “Shonar Bangla” i just a laugh with full of pain, Shonar Bangla is nothing but a literature, in the reality people from other world even feel uncomfortable to go that country, but why? Compare to China or Malaysia 50 year back it was really a country call “Shonar Banla” now the dramatic change of that country feels others to neglected and look down, we have no more pride left to sand in the heart of the world and say WE ARE BANGLADESHI, if we do that people of other part of the world will laugh at us, however why am i saying all bad about our country because this country has been victimised by the most corrupted greedy political people, who have no bit of feelings for the country and the people of the country, they just through sweet word before come to power once they are in power they have sweet heart to snatch hard working poor money. No one think about to develop that country no one have real good feelings for the people of the country, people like Mr.Tariq Zia son of former prime minister ,even can invest 400Million US Dollar to Malaysia in one project , where that money came from? is that money belongs to inherited? Mr. Zia was really a so call honest person so no way Mr.tariq have this money form his father, that mean Mr.Tariz made it, how he made it? i don’t think this guy have good education back ground, i don’t think this guy have any marital capability to make that much of money within five years unless he got MAGIC box, yes he really have that magic box that is his mother the Legend Prime Minister of Bangladesh, moreover why should i blame only Tariq, how about the scenario of our opposition party leaders, huh they are same shit different small , really nothing to say, except feeling bad, i’m the son of freedom fighters family i can not stand properly in the world society with my fantastic Nationality, however i still proud of my country and to be Bangladeshi, coz my uncle died my father took risk of his life to save this country as like others. so i do love even the “money making machine” (political ladies and Gentlemen) destroying this country every single second.

    I still dream one day this group of unexpected people will be despair and we really will get back our “Shonar Bangla” i don’t know when may be not in my life time may be not even life time of my next generations but feel and smelling it will come soon. The People of Bangladesh are getting tired and tired , they will stand back again as like as 1971? The brave fighters again will stand one day to secure not their country from others secure this country from the EVILS.

    Thank you

  • Citizen

    What are there in article ( section 22 , 42 ( 2 ) and 70 of Bangladesh ,

    Did people fight in 1972 to create Royal Family or Monarchism

    Did our LAYER , NGO Leader , Leader of Civil Society or University Inteligentia Group ever tell the 150 million people of Bangladesh regarding the Above.

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