Staff Reporter | Update: 2020-03-19 13:56:08
Information Minister said the government is not hiding anything about the Corona virus. Hasan Mahmud. She made the remarks while addressing the chief guest at a function organized at the National Press Club in the capital on the occasion of 18th anniversary of women's journalist center'. At the time, the minister said that many of the BNP's were commenting that the government was hiding the Corona virus. But that is not the case.
Instead, the government is providing information to the public through a press conference to update daily. In addition, considering the way it has spread among the developed countries of the world, Bangladesh has taken an effective role in controlling the virus. He said that during the crisis of the country, the BNP is not standing beside the people but is upset. They are trying to mislead the public by printing some leaflets. We want all of us to work together in the interest of the people for the benefit of the country, rather than the politics of depression. Regarding the empowerment of women, the information minister said that women are far ahead of men in the workplace. By calculating it can be seen that about 5% of the world's work is done by women. Working women manage the office on the one hand and the family on the other. Their role in the development of the world is paramount. And because half of the world's population is women, development of the world is not possible without them. Hasan Mahmud said the state has also brought linguistic changes to bring equality. Now in the name of women can also be used Mr, which was not before. The president is written instead of the president. Women are moving forward in our country like all the world. Many senior ministries, including senior officials of the country, are now women. After independence of the country, Bangabandhu created women's seats in parliament. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has completed the implementation of the progress of the woman, which began with her hands.
Mentioning that Bangladesh is far ahead in the progress of women, she said Bangladesh is second in the index of women's progress among Muslim countries. Besides, Bangladesh is also very much ahead of the index of women's progress. One-third of the seats are reserved for women in any election in our country. As a result, women can now take part in the election of councilor or chairman at union level. And this is how the country is moving forward with women towards progress. Earlier, Nasimun Ara Haque, president of the Women's Journalist Center, gave the welcome address at the commencement ceremony. Other leaders of the organization were present at the event.
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