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About Sheikh Hasina

Sheikh Hasina’s biography is of interest subject to every one. Today we are going to present about Sheikh Hasina’s height, age, girlfriend, family, education, likes and dislikes, career, earnings, etc. In a word, she is one of the top Politicians in Bangladesh. She has a special reputation not only in her own country but all over the world. So let’s know the special and important information about her.

Bio/Wiki

Name: Sheikh Hasina
Profession: Politician
Age: 74 Years, (2022)
Husband:
Famous For Prime Minister of Bangladesh
Nationality: Bangladeshi
Date of Birth 28 September 1947 [1]wikipedia
Age (Current) 74 Years, (2022)
Religion Islam
Political Party Bangladesh Awami League
Present Address Dhaka, Bangladesh
Hometown Tungipara, Gopalganj District, East Bengal, Dominion of Pakistan (Now, in Bangladesh)

Physical  Stats

Height 5 Feet 4 Inch
Weight 62 Kg
Eye Color Hazel Brown
Hair Color Black

Family

Father (Politician) Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

Mother :Sheikh Fazilatunnesa Mujib

Brother :3 (All were younger and all have died)

Sister :Sheikh Rehana

Husband (Nuclear Scientist) Late M.A. Wazed Miah

Child

Son- Sajeeb Wazed Joy (Businessman, Politician)

Daughter- Saima Wazed Hossain (Autism Activist)

Personal Life

School Ajimpur Girls’ School
College Eden Mohila College
University of Dhaka
Educational Status Graduate

Awards

1997: Honorary Degree of Doctor of Law by the Boston University & Honorary Doctor of Law by the Waseda University, Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy in Liberal Arts by University of Abertay Dundee of the United Kingdom
1998: The Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize by the UNESCO, Mother Teresa Award by the All India Peace Council, M.K. Gandhi Award by the Mahatama M K Gandhi Foundation of Oslo, Norway
2000: Pearl S. Buck Award ’99 by Randolph Macon Women’s College of USA
2009: Indira Gandhi Prize
2014: UNESCO Peace Tree Award for her commitment to women’s empowerment and girl’s education
2015: UN environment Prize in New York, ICT in Sustainable Development Award by The International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
2016: Agent of Change Award, Planet 50-50 Champion honour for her outstanding contributions to women’s empowerment
2018: Global Women’s Leadership Award for her outstanding leadership in women’s education and entrepreneurship in Bangladesh

Relationship & more

Affairs N/A

Favorite Things

Food Rice, Fish
Actor/Actress Actors: –
Actresses: –
Musicians
Song
Book
Hobbies Cooking, Reading
Films Bollywood: –
Hollywood: –
Colour White
Perfume
Director
Holiday Destinations
Likes

Money Factor

Salary BDT. 25 lakhs/month
Total Income $85 billion (Approx)

Career

Career Starting Hasina was barred from returning to Bangladesh until after she was elected to lead the Awami League on 16 February 1981 and arrived home on 17 May 1981 [2]IMDB

Some unknown facts about

In 2007, Hasina was arrested for charges of extortion. The Anti-Corruption Commission sent notices to both Hasina and Khaleda Zia, notifying them to provide details of their assets to the Commission within one week.
In the same year (2007), an additional case was filed against Hasina by the Anti-Corruption Commission regarding a contract for the construction of a power plant in 1997, for which she allegedly took a bribe of 30 million takas.
Hasina ranks 30th on the Forbes List of the World’s 100 Most Powerful Women, this list was published in 2017.
On 11 April 2007, the police filed murder charges against Hasina, alleging her to be the mastermind behind the killing of four supporters of a rival political party in October 2006. The four alleged victims were beaten to death during encounters between the Awami League and rival party activists.
Padma Bridge Scandal is the largest political scandal in Bangladesh that involved the ruling Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina’s Awami League’s government who allegedly borrowed a large amount of money from the Canadian construction company SNC-Lavalin in exchange for tendering them the construction contract.
After this, The World Bank brought down a project of building Bangladesh’s largest bridge, citing corruption concerns, cancelling a $1.2bn (£764m) credit for a road-rail bridge over the Padma River.
To which Hasina claimed that an MD of a bank from the USA provoked the World Bank to cancel the loan.
Though in 2017, an Ontario (Canada) Superior court justice dismissed the bribery-conspiracy case for lack of any proof.
In January 2014, Hasina became the Prime Minister for the third time after winning the general election, which was snubbed by the main opposition BNP led alliance. The elections have been called “An electoral farce”.
Her rivalry with Khaleda Zia is widely known as the “Battle Of The Begums”.
Hasina is a Patron of the Asian University for Women, led by Chancellor, Mrs Cherie Blair, including the First Lady of Japan, HE Akie Abe, as well as Irina Bokova, the Director-General of UNESCO.

References

References
1 wikipedia
2 IMDB

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