Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina asked Awami League leaders and activists to remain alert about their behaviour.
"You will have to remain alert regarding your behaviour and attitude, you will have to gain the confidence and trust of people,” she said adding that the next election will be a challenging one, reports UNB.
"You will have to keep it in mind…it will be of no use to chant slogans describing the need of Awami League government," the PM said.
The Prime Minister said this while speaking at a civic reception accorded to her by USA Awami League at Marquis Marriott Hotel on Tuesday night.
"You must know the problems of your voters, and solve those accordingly, you'll have to remain beside people, you'll have to make them your close ones,” she said.
Talking about the Rohingya issue, the Prime Minister said she has already said it clearly that the refugees came from Myanmar are the citizens of that country and Myanmar has to take them back.
"We have told Myanmar all this clearly, we have told Myanmar that the fleeing Rohingyas are their citizens, Myanmar has to take them back, they have to keep them safe,” she said.
Hasina mentioned that Bangladesh wants that Myanmar will implement the Kofi Annan Commission’s recommendation.