The wheel of the economy must be kept moving | Prime Minister

The wheel of the economy must be kept moving | Prime Minister

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said, “The wheel of the economy must be kept moving. ” Because people’s way of earning is almost closed. We are giving, cooperating. But even then, especially people with limited incomes have to continue. Everyone has to suffer. We want to free everyone from this misery. In the meantime, you know we have taken many steps. Although we will put pressure on the budget. We will announce the budget on June 11. We have also done the work of formulating the budget.

The Prime Minister said this while announcing the results of this year’s SSC and equivalent examinations in a video conference from Ganobhaban on Sunday (May 31) morning.

Secretary of the Department of Secondary and Higher Education. In the performance of Mahbub Hossain, the Prime Minister further said, “We know that everything was closed for a long time. But a country cannot go on like this. Now we see that other countries are also slowly opening up their economic fields, travel. So we are going that way too.

Sheikh Hasina said, “Coronavirus cannot be seen with the naked eye. But such a force has shaken the whole world, stopped the world, stopped the wheel of the economy. We have to go through such a situation. We have to deal with any situation. It is as necessary to keep yourself safe there. At the same time, we have to keep an eye on the wheel of our economy.

The wheel of the economy must be kept moving | Prime Minister

An unusual environment, because since the problem of coronavirus is not only in Bangladesh, it is a global problem. Today, the whole world has come to a standstill due to this virus. Education, trade, commerce, everything is stagnant. We have to go through this situation. Our boys and girls can’t go to school. Not only us, but the developed countries around the world are also in the same situation, the least developed or developing countries are all in the same situation.

Since the Coronavirus is causing a huge shock to the economy. We have to go through it, we have to go on. We are trying our best to cooperate.

Commenting on the low rate of death and infection of the coronavirus in Bangladesh due to the steps taken by the government, the Prime Minister said, “We have taken appropriate steps to control the death rate and transmission of coronavirus in our country.”

Education Minister said at the ceremony. Dipu Moni and Deputy Education Minister Mahibul Hasan Chowdhury Nawfel, chairmen of various education boards were engaged in video conferencing at Ganobhaban. Later, the Minister of Education. Dipu Moni shared details of the results on Facebook Live from the International Mother Tongue Institute in Segunbagicha.

At the end of the Ganobhaban was present, among others, the Prime Minister’s Chief Secretary. Ahmed Kaikaus, Secretary to the Prime Minister’s Office. Tofazzal Hossain Mia.


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