An exclusive episode titled ‘Sheikh Hasinar Foshli Uthan: Ganabhabane Banglar Mukh’ was aired on a private television’s popular agriculture-based show ‘Hridoye Mati O Manush’ recently. Immediately after the show was aired it went on viral as many people shared the video clip from their facebook, twitter, instagram and youtube.
In an exclusive interview with Channel-i director, and agriculture development activist Shykh Seraj, Sheikh Hasina highlighted the importance of agriculture in Bangladesh’s economy and shared various aspects of her agricultural work. In the programme, the premier spoke about the need for Bangladesh’s food self-sufficiency, sustainable development, financial security of farmers and their livelihood.
Sheikh Hasina herself has cultivated different vegetables in the courtyard of the Ganabhaban, the official residence of prime minister, adjacent to the National Parliament in the capital Dhaka. Sheikh Hasina has said she learned everything from her father – the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman-- how to cultivate crops land and how to dream about building a prosperous future for the countrymen.
Bangabandhu’s daughter has set an example through cultivating vegetables, paddy, duck, chicken, pigeon and milk cows in the in the courtyard and ponds of the Ganabhaban. Sheikh Hasina’s such agricultural activities in the courtyard and ponds of the Ganabhaban will educate and inspire people especially farmers of the country.
It is good to note that Amar Bari Amar Khamar project well known as Ektee Bari Ektee Khamar, one of the dream initiative of the premier has already changed the livelihood and showed the path of living many destitute and poor people in different districts of the country. The utmost goal of her government is to build a country where no people will live without home, die without food and treatment and every person would have the opportunity to have a decent life.
As we all want to make such a Bangladesh which will be self-reliant in food, education, intellectuality and all other areas, we will have to always pay heed to our prime minister’s call. Only then people can lead their lives as human being.