'Two years not enough to judge govt'
Former home minister and Awami League central leader Mohammad Nasim yesterday said an elected government couldn't be judged in two years as much of its tenure lies ahead.
“It is unwise to credit or discredit a government when it has passed only two years of its five-year term,” he said at a discussion held at the Dhaka Reporters' Unity in the city.
Bangabandhu Academy organised the discussion marking two years of Awami League government in power.
Chairman of Bangabandhu Academy Hemayet Uddin chaired the function, which was also addressed by Awami League Presidium Member Satish Chadra Roy and Israfil Alam, MP.
Nasim said the entire nation was bewildered when BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia announced that she would declare every work of a democratically elected government 'illegal'.
Satish Chandra urged the home ministry to deal the organised crimes with iron hand and find the masterminds behind the acts of terrorism and other social crimes.