‘Stay away from terrorism, militancy and drug’
Staff Correspondent: The Prime Minister on Sunday asked all the students to stay away from terrorism, militancy and drug abuse to make themselves as worthy citizens of the country to lead the nation in the coming days.
The premier also asked students that nobody likes to hear the advice 'read and read' all the time. "Study, sports and cultural activities should go simultaneously.
"Our children must keep aloof themselves from terrorism, militancy and drug addiction. I urge them to build themselves as ideal citizens to lead the nation in the future," she said.
The Prime Minister said this while addressing the closing ceremony of the 46th National Winter Sports Competition of Schools and Madrasahs at Bangabandhu National Stadium.
Sheikh Hasina said through sports, songs, cultural competitions, study and other activities children get the scope to flourish their merits and creativity.
The Prime Minister in her brief speech said her government has attached importance to sports activities in educational institutions, and underlined the regular arrangement of competitions in all schools and colleges.
The Prime Minister distributed prizes among the winners of different events of the competition.
The events were arranged from upazila to district, from district to region and from region to national levels, mentioned Hasina adding that the students who took part at the national level competition came out from the grassroots.