Editorial

Bangladesh to be a developed country by 2041

Work with utmost honesty, sincerity


Bangladeshpost
Published : 01 Jul 2022 08:07 PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed her optimism that the power of the people will usher her government to build Bangladesh as a developed and prosperous country by 2041. The successful construction of the Padma Bridge has created this power among the people. Sheikh Hasina, also the Leader of the House, said this while giving her valedictory speech at the closing session of the 11th parliament on Thursday.

Taka 6,78,064 crore national budget for FY23 which eyes to tame inflation amid facing six key challenges alongside the economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and other adverse global situation was passed in this session. We believe people have full confidence on the leadership of Bangabandhu’s daughter Sheikh Hasina as the country will be a developed one and also reach to its coveted goal within the stipulated time under her leadership.

Bangladesh is marching towards becoming

 a developed country under the able 

leadership 

of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

Padma Bridge has opened a golden door for the economic progress of the country. Bangladesh has made its own place in the world through the construction of Padma Bridge. Those who used to neglect Bangladesh in the past would not do so anymore now.

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic coupled with the Russia-Ukraine war and disruption of supply chain has triggered turmoil in the financial markets across the globe. Therefore, the government should put forth coordinated efforts to overcome the food, energy and financial crises resulting from Russia-Ukraine war and Covid-19 pandemic.  The government officials and employees must discharge their duties with utmost honesty and sincerity. They must strive to ensure good governance in the country.  We hope public servants will be transparent and accountable at all stages to make the ongoing development sustainable.

Country’s economists, scientists, academics, civil society members and journalists will also have to come forward to play a vital role in socio-economic development. Bangladesh is marching towards becoming a developed country as a result of sincere efforts of the present government. Therefore, we must take decisions prudently for the betterment of our country. Only then, we will be able to become a developed and prosperity country by 2041.