The Q/A session ends.
"We are closely monitoring the situation (India-Pakistan tension). Certainly we don't want another full-scale war in this region. I hope the tension and recent escalation of events will eventually end in a peaceful manner," Sheikh Hasina says while replying to a query on Dhaka's stance on the issue.
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Regarding BNP's call to reconstitute the Election Commission in a more transparent manner, she says: "If you take a closer look at BNP's track record, they were the one who included 1cr fake voters during their tenure from 2001-2006. I'm certain they (BNP) are conspiring the same now."
"We didn't appreciate the tone coming from there (Islamabad) over war crime trial," she adds.
In response to a query whether Dhaka is reevaluating relationship with Islamabad over recent developments regarding Saarc summit and Pakistan's comments over war crime trial, she says: "We always need to remember that we are the winning side here...I don't think we need to pay heed to everything anyone says."
"Digital Bangladesh made working offsite possible for me. I've worked on 54 files while I was way for two weeks," says Sheikh Hasina.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina starts briefing media about her recent visit to Canada and USA.
The press conference kicks off.