Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday urged the people of the country to remain cautious so that the country does not go under the control of the evil force who were involved in August 15 massacre.
"I will urge the people of the country to remain cautious so that the country never again goes under the hands of hyenas who were behind the August 15 brutal assassination," she said.
The prime minister was addressing a discussion organised by Awami League Dhaka South and North units at Bangabandhu International Conference Center (BICC) marking the National Mourning Day.
Awami League Dhaka North unit President AKM Rahmatullah MP presided over the meeting, according to UNB.
Sheikh Hasina said the people of Bangladesh lost their hope of living, develop themselves, dignify their lives and all other possibilities after the killing of the father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
"We’ve restored those hope and possibilities for the people of the country. Let not those hopes and possibilities go under the hands of those hyenas again," she said.
Briefly describing various developments in different sectors of the country, the Prime Minister said the government has to do more works in the coming days.
"We’ve to do more works, we’ve to make the country more developed, we’ve fixed our targets and will take the country forward by fulfilling those targets," she said.