Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday asked public servants to ensure that the general people are not deprived of the services provided by the government.
“You have to make sure that the people of Bangladesh are never deprived of any services. Remember, our independence is meant for changing their fate,” she said while addressing the certificate-giving ceremony of 121, 122 and 123 batches of Law and Administration course.
The program was held at BCS Administration Academy in Shahbagh; the prime minister joined it virtually from her official residence, Ganabhaban.
She told the civil servants that the fruits of independence have to reach every house of the country and that is the aim of the government.
“Whenever you work you have to always think about the people of the country,” she said.
She mentioned that the public servants working in the field should know every detail about the place where they are posted and work.
Sheikh Hasina stressed effective coordination of development programs of the government for timely implementation and getting better results.
She also said if any problem arises regarding any development program of the government in any area the respective field official has to coordinate that for its successful completion.
She termed young government officials as the driving force in achieving the lofty goal of making Bangladesh a developed nation by 2041.
“You have to work towards that direction from now on,” she said.
In this connection she asked them to make use of their talents and energy for the welfare of the country.
State Minister for Public Administration Farhad Hossain, Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Public Administration Ministry HN Ashequr Rahman, Senior Secretary KM Ali Azam and BCS Administration Academy Rector Mominur Rashid Amin also spoke at the program.
M Navid Rezwanul Kabir of the 121st batch, M Rahibul Hasan of the 122nd batch and Rezwana Hashim of the 123rd batch expressed their feelings from their respective batches.
A video documentary on BCS Administration Academy was screened at the program.
On behalf of the prime minister, the state minister for public administration distributed medals, certificates and crests among the participants and winners.