PM exchanges pleasantries with Biman passengers
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today surprised passengers of a regular commercial flight of the state-run Biman Bangladesh Airlines.
On her way back home from Geneva, she roamed around the flight and exchanged pleasantries with passengers.
Passengers on the fully packed commercial flight of Biman were pleasantly surprised when she went to their seats and asked about their wellbeing.
"Many of them were surprised and astonished having their prime minister beside their seats on the flight," PM's speechwriter M Nazrul Islam told UNB.
Hasina, daughter of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, also took pictures with them. She spoke to children with great affection.
Some of the passengers expressed their opinions to the prime minister on various issues, including development of the country in the last 14 and a half years.
Hasina returned home from Geneva, Switzerland after attending the "World of Work Summit: Social Justice for All" held on June 14-15.
A regular flight of Biman carrying the prime minister and her entourage landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka at 1:55am.