Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday (January 25) told the Parliament that the countrymen will judge the success or failure of the government.
"It's not my job to evaluate (success or failure)," she said while replying to a query of Jatiya Party lawmaker Fakhrul Imam from Mymensingh-8 constituency during her question-answer session in parliament, reports BSS.
The Leader of the House said, "If I work with honesty for specific goals considering welfare of the people, why will I fail? Why do I have to fail if I work with integrity? People will judge where the success or failure is".
She said: "When questioner (Fakhrul Imam) is so interested, find out my failures, I will correct those."
She also asked the opposition parties to find out if there is any failure of her and she will correct herself accordingly.
Referring to her return to the country in 1981, the Prime Minister said that which is a success or failure, that is not much important rather it's more important that Bangladesh has to be made a developed and prosperous country.
Mentioning that the fates of the countrymen have to be changed, she said, "I returned home with the conviction to establish the ideals of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. I have traveled across Bangladesh. I knew Bangladesh."
She added: "After formation of the government, I've worked with the desire that the people at the grassroots should lead a better life. Now, people are getting benefits of it."