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Sheikh Hasina: I have shown a lot of humanity towards Khaleda Zia

Dhaka, Nov 17 (UNI) Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said she has shown a lot humanity towards Khaleda Zia and added that law would decide weather Khaleda would be allowed to go abroad for her treatment.
She made the remarks at a news conference on Wednesday about her recently concluded tour of the United Kingdom and France.
The Prime Minister said, I will bring the killer with a garland of flowers? And how many times to show humanity. The law will do the rest of what I have done. What I have done for Khaleda Zia is not so much? I am not inhuman. So I made arrangements to stay at home.
Sheikh Hasina further said that before the attack on Kotalipara, she had said that Sheikh Hasina could not be the Leader of the Opposition, let alone the Prime Minister.
Because then she knew I was going to die. But in the words of God who kills. This is how I live. How do you tell me about that killer?
Earlier, he spoke about the verdict in the raintree rape case. Asked about the qualifications of judges, the Prime Minister said there are some guidelines for the appointment of judges. They get recruited according to their qualifications. And I have no jurisdiction over the judges. It is in the hands of the President.
She said that the person who made such observation in the court, it is his personal. Moreover, immediate action has been taken in this regard. That is the reality.
Earlier on the Climate Summit, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, “I believe that the Dhaka-Glasgow Declaration adopted by the Heads of State and Government of the 48 most climate-risky countries led by Bangladesh is the result of our country’s leading role in climate diplomacy.”
Sheikh Hasina said the main achievement of COP26 is that the heads of state and government of the world have agreed to further accelerate the climate funding process with an allocation of US ১০ 100 billion annually in line with the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Total 141 countries, including Bangladesh, have pledged to stop deforestation by 2030.
He said his participation in the COP-26 Summit as the current President of Climate Vulnerable Forum-CVF, an organization of 48 countries in the post-Covid world system, was crucial in safeguarding the interests of Bangladesh and CVF member countries.
She also briefed the UNFCCC on various initiatives in Bangladesh, including the provision of updated National Determined Contribution (NDC), Mujib Climate Prosperity Plan and Bangladesh Climate Change Trust Fund. In addition, as President of the CVF, she spoke to world leaders about efforts to formulate a Climate Emergency Pact.
Prime Minister during her official visit to Glasgow, London and Paris from 31st October to 13th November, Summit of World Leaders in COP26, Bangladesh Investment Summit 2021, UNESCO-Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman International Awards Ceremony for Creative Economy at UNESCO Headquarters, 41st General Conference of UNESCO , Attended the Paris Peace Forum, the 75th founding anniversary of UNESCO and other high-level events. The Prime Minister returned to the country on November 14.


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