A year later, the Prime Minister was outside the Ganobhaban
‘I am somehow living a captive life. Can’t get out. About 1,000 people were involved when I left. For me so many people would be at risk of corona, it can’t be. Despite my desire to do so, I could not physically attend. I am sorry. ‘
Recently, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed this feeling by joining several meetings through video conferencing. Especially on the day of the great martyrs and the International Mother Language Day, the Prime Minister could not hand over the medal to his teacher National Professor Rafiqul Islam and said, ‘Sorry sir. Forgive me. ‘
The Prime Minister regretted not being able to attend the function in person due to Corona. My grief remained here, I could not attend myself. Especially handing over the medal to my respected teacher Rafiqul Islam Sir, what an honor and pride it is for me! But my sorrow is here, I could not give the prize in my own hands. Sir, you will forgive me. ‘
On that day, he said, “In fact, if you are the Prime Minister, you do not have all the freedom. A lot of prisoners have to live. I am like that. Because when I go to a place, many people, security people, such and such people, such and such people, about a thousand people stand in the street and use them in various ways. I thought about them but I couldn’t go. ‘
However, at 8 am on Sunday, he paid homage to the body of Bangabandhu at Dhanmondi No. 32 with flowers. At that time, the daughter of Bangabandhu stood there in silence for a while as a token of respect to the father of the nation, the architect of independence.
Another daughter of the father of the nation, Prime Minister’s younger sister Sheikh Rehana was also present at the time.