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What does Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina enjoy doing? Here's what her advisor revealed

Revealing new facets of Bangladesh PM Hasina's personality, her adviser said she enjoyed cooking, fishing and sewing, which showed she was a complete human being

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Sheikh Hasina | Illustration: Binay Sinha

Revealing new facets of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's personality, her private industry and investment adviser on Saturday said that she has transformed the fortunes of 170 million Bangladeshis, given refuge to Rohingya Muslims and also finds the time to enjoy cooking, fishing and sewing, which shows she is a complete human being.

"Hon'ble Prime Minister is a complete human being. She has successfully transformed the fortune of 170 million Bangladeshis, has given refuge to over a million Rohingya Muslims, but still finds the time to enjoy cooking, fishing and sewing," Investment Adviser to Prime Minister Salman F Rahman wrote on his Facebook Page.

The adviser also shared pictures of the Prime Minister fishing and sewing clothes.

"She is just an awesome lady of impeccable character apart from a Prime Minister and everyone should follow her principles," a user wrote in the comments section of the post.

Another user called Hasina an "awesome lady" and an inspiration for all women of "She is really (an) amazing, awesome lady, an inspiration (for) all women of our country... I am really impressed and inspired as well by her good deeds... Being a woman I always feel proud of her. May her life be blessed. May Allah be always with her. Long live Sheikh Hasina," a Facebook user wrote.

Till now the post by Rahman has received over 18,000 likes, 468 comments and been shared by 1.4k people on the social media platform.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Sat, November 21 2020. 22:50 IST
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