19 july 2014
She requested the collaboration of the media in making a prosperous Bangladesh, saying, “You can condemn us, yet be watchful so that no snag is made for the administration’s work.”
“You must stay caution so that the nation’s notoriety is not undermined abroad,” she included.
The PM was tending to an iftar orchestrated by the Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists (BFUJ) and the Dhaka Union of Journalists (DUJ) at Jatiya Press Club on Friday.
Data Minister Hasanul Haque Inu, BFUJ President Manjurul Ahsan Bulbul, Secretary General Abdul Jalil Bhuiyan, DUJ President Altaf Mahmud and General Secretary Quddus Afrad likewise talked on the event.
Terming daily papers the mirror of society, Hasina said it was a reality that no general public could be constructed without genuine news-casting.
“Now and again there are news stories whose legitimacy is difficult to discover,” she said.
She talked about different activities taken by her administration for the welfare of writers.
“You have no clue how acrid the TV syndicated programs are.* We know in light of the fact that we’re the exploited people,” she said.
“Be that as it may we let those syndicated programs happen. We don’t obstruct them. Individuals talk unreservedly.”
After the death of Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman, Hasina said the legislative issues of murdering, overthrow and trick was presented in Bangladesh.
“Military despots abused the constitution and made defilement and nepotism to unite their energy.
“There was no opportunity of press and writers around then. This flexibility can’t support without majority rule government,” she included.
The leader said her administration had created the Information Commission to guarantee legitimate access to data.
Hasina talked about her legislature’s victories, for example, controlling expansion and raising the force yield.
She said the military-upheld administration of 2007 could take power in light of the BNP-headed cooperation government.
“Furthermore every one of us endured due to that. There was this suffocating environment in the nation.”
Hasina did not answer to any of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s comments, however said, “I would prefer not to sass anybody in the month of Ramadan.
“Yet we hear it consistently, individuals tossing mud at Iftar parties. You shouldn’t slander when you’re fasting.”
She approached columnists to take care of their lodging issues through cooperatives.
She said all will must be cautious so columnists outside the capital are not denied of this office.
*editor’s note: on the off chance that you missed the cleverness, the Bengali word for sharp has the same elocution as ‘talk’.