Prime Minister and Awami League President Sheikh Hasina has urged the party leaders and workers to forge a strong unity at all levels of the organization to ensure party's victory in the next general elections.
"We will win in the next elections as people are in our favour ... they're ready to give us vote. So, we have to remain careful so that none can hatch any conspiracy over the polls," she said.
The prime minister was addressing a reception accorded to her by France chapter of Awami League at the ballroom of Hotel Intercontinental Paris Le Grand on Tuesday night.
The Bangladesh premier reached Paris on Monday to attend the "One Planet Summit" at the invitation of French President Emmanuel Macron.
Calling upon the party leaders and workers to make the party stronger, the Awami League president said unity at all levels of the party should be established through sacrifice.
She said division among leaders may create a scope for conspirators which is not possible if the leaders and workers remain united.
"We will be re-elected Insh Allah and the pace of development of Bangladesh would continue," she added.
Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali, Bangladesh Ambassador to France Kazi Imtiaz Hossain were present, while AL League leaders from different European countries joined the reception.
The prime minister urged everybody to remain alert so that evil force which pushed Bangladesh backward after 1975 and rehabilitated the anti- liberation forces can never come to power.
"Everybody has to raise their voice against the evil forces responsible for resorting to a reign of terror, killing and corruption and make people aware as their return to power would be a setback for the entire nation," she said calling upon the expatriates to make their relatives in the country aware in this regard.
Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh was liberated 46 years ago, but the country was ruled by the anti-liberation forces for 30 years. "The people of Bangladesh get the real taste of development when Awami League assumed power in 1996," she said.
The premier said BNP claims to be a champion for reintroducing democracy in Bangladesh. "But, in fact they rehabilitated the anti-liberation forces and introduced 'curfew democracy' in the country," she said.
She said the BNP has distorted the country's history depriving the new generation of knowing the real history of the nation. "They banned playing of Bangabandhu's historic March 7 speech," she said.
But, she said, the Unesco has recognized his speech, enlisting it as one of world's documentary heritages which brightened the image of Bangladesh.
Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh would have been a developed country within 10 years of independence had Bangabandhu been alive.