Leader of the Opposition in Parliament Raushon Ershad on Thursday said the drive against corruption should continue sparing nobody mentioning that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s strong commitment will help combat graft in the country.
“I hope this drive will continue. People’s support is behind the ongoing drive,” she said while delivering her speech in the House.
Appreciating the drive against those involved in casino business, the JaPa leader said it will be appreciated if the drive continues.
Referring to the Nusrat Jahan Rafi murder case which was disposed of quickly, Raushon expressed her displeasure over slow progress of some cases like Sagar-Runi murder case while noted quick progress in some cases.
She urged Law Minister Anisul Huq to take step for quick disposal of sensational cases that remain pending for years. “Justice delayed is justice denied.”
The leader of the opposition shared her concerns over two train accidents in a span of just three days, saying if they cannot run trains properly how will they run metro rails? “We want to remain safe.”
Raushon also sought necessary steps so that the future generation gets a safe environment.
She expressed concern over too much time spending by schoolchildren on Facebook which she thinks is destroying their future as they are not giving much concentration on their studies.
The leader of the opposition shared an idea to halt the Facebook use for a certain period at night saying such restriction on Facebook is there in force in countries like China.
On the Rohingya issue, she said Rohingyas should return to their place of origin in Myanmar as soon as possible.
The leader of the opposition also sought initiative to ensure safe foodstuff for all in the country.