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Govt can’t put youngsters in danger – PM said

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PM Sheik Hasina yesterday recognized that remaining at home had been progressively hard for understudies, however the public authority would not put youngsters’ lives in danger by returning the instructive organizations.

She was conveying the wrapping up discourse in the main ever unique meeting in parliament.

Prior to her discourse, Deputy Leader of the Opposition and Jatiya Party Chairman GM Quader requested that the public authority resume every instructive establishment.

The PM answered that the USA, diverse European nations, and the UK had resumed their instructive foundations. “Yet, in the midst of rising instances of Covid-19, those nations had to close their schools once more,” she said.

Hasina said she and the training pastor had talked about resuming of schools when there were less day by day new instances of cortonavirus.

“However, there has been a second rush of Covid-19 in Europe. No treatment for this infectious illness has been imagined. There are dangers of contamination if youngsters go to class. For what reason would we face the challenge?”

GM Quader in his discourse reprimanded the public authority for elevating kids to the following class without tests.

In answer, the chief said that it was anything but a major misfortune for the understudies and that England had done likewise.

The PM again encouraged individuals to keep the cleanliness rules and not to go outside without a cover as she cautioned about a potential second rush of Covid.

On November 9, the PM and head of the House set the goal under standard 147 of the Rules of Procedure to pay grave recognitions for Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman through an exceptional meeting assembled by President Abdul Hamid on the event of Mujib Borsho.

79 MPs from depository and resistance seat MPs partook in the 19-hour-significant conversation on the goal in five work days.

The House on November 15 consistently received a goal to pay recognitions for Bangabandhu to check the birth centennial of the dad of the country.

Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman “gave us a nation. He needed to fabricate a… created and prosperous nation. Yet, he got just three and a half years,” she said.

“The name of the Father of the Nation was eradicated from history after his death. Numerous bogus gossipy tidbits were spread about Bangabandhu and his family. Yet, Bangabandhu… needed to change the destiny of the individuals of Bangladesh.”

An aggregate of nine bills, remembering the one for Women and Children Repression Amendment, had been passed in the unique meeting in 10 work days.

On January 31 and June 18 out of 1974, while the parliament was in meeting, exceptional sittings were organized, authorities at parliament secretary revealed to The Daily Star. Previous Yugoslav President Marshal Josip Broz Tito and afterward Indian president VV Giri tended to parliament individually on those events.

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