"Given the worsening law and order and the ongoing terrorist activities across the world, Khaleda Zia is under security threat more than ever before."
ZAINUL ABDIN FARROQUE
Opposition Chief Whip
about BNP's demand on deploying more police personnel to secure Kahleda Zia's rented house at Gulshan in the city.
"The government has not failed, rather you have failed to make constructive criticism and also perform responsibilities as the leader of the opposition in parliament."
Senior Awami League leader and former home minister
about BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia's demand that the government should resign.
"Primarily, inadequate resources in the form of development assistance and investment, and insufficient access to trade and integration in the market of developed countries, have hampered development of infrastructure, manpower development and hence the productive capacity of the LDCs."
Prime Minister of Bangladesh
about improving human resources to get benefit from globalization.
"We think that there had to be some sort of support network for bin Laden inside of Pakistan."
about the suspicion of Pakistani government's involvement with Obama's residing in Pakistan.
"We have special relations with Bangladesh and we are fully aware of Bangladesh's concerns….We have to take effective steps expeditiously to resolve those issues."
Indian Finance Minister
about resolving specific issues like Teesta water sharing and border disputes with Bangladesh.
"Now our challenge is to create the opportunity so that the second generation of Grameen Bank borrowers can move away from poverty forever. This should now be our goal and we should strive to achieve this goal as quickly as possible. "
PROF MUHAMMAD YUNUS
about Grameen Bank's future which is connected with 40 million borrowers.