|Full Name||Sheikh Hasina Wazed|
|Famous for||Prime Minister of Bangladesh|
|Born||28 September 1947|
|Age (as 2021)||73 Years|
|Birthplace||Village:- Tungipara, Dristic:- Gopaganj, Bangladesh|
(East Bengal Dominion of Pakistan)
|Hometown||Tungipara, Gopalganj, Bangladesh|
|Hobbies||Reading, Cooking & Traveling|
|Height||In feet inches- 5’4”|
In meters – 1.63 m
In centimeters- 163 cm
|Weight (Approx.)||In kilogram-62 kg|
In pounds- 136 lbs
|Eye Color||Light Black|
|Shoe Size||7 (US)|
|Shcool||Azimpur Girls school, Azimpur, Dhaka Bangladesh|
|Collage||Eden Mohila College|
|University||University of Dhaka|
|Political Group||Bangladesh Awami League|
|Another political group||Grand alliance Bangladesh (2008 to present)|
|Political Life Summary||1981– Elected the chairperson of Bangladesh Awami Leauge |
1991– Became the leader of the opposition in the 5th parliament of Bangladesh
1996– Elected as 2nd female prime minister of Bangladesh
(In 1991, Begum Khaleda Zia elected as 1st female prime minister of Bangladesh)
2001– Lost in the national election & not elected for 8 years.
2009– Elected as Prime minister 2nd time as Bangladesh Awami League
2014– She Elected Again prime minister in Bangladesh (3rd time)
2018– Prime Minister three times in a row from Bangladesh Awami League party.
|Opposite Politician||Begum Khaleda Zia|
|Relationship and Affair|
|Parent||Father– Sheikh Mujibur Rahman (Politician)|
Mother– Fazilatunnesa Mujib
|Husband/Spouse||M.A. Wazed Miah (1968-2009) a Nuclear Scientist.|
|Children||Son – Sajeeb Wazed Joy (politician, Businessman)|
Daughter – Saima Wazed Hossain, Known as Putul (Autism Activist)
|Sibling||Brother(s) – All brothers are died (Total brother number 2)|
Sister – Sheikh Rehana (Younger)
|Net Worth (Approx.)||$1 billion|
|Salary||115,000 per month|
|Awards, Achievement, Honors||1997– Honorary Doctorate of Philosophy in Liberal Arts by University of Abertay Dundee of the United Kingdom, Honorary Degree of Doctor of Law by the Boston University, an Honorary Doctor of Law by the Waseda University.|
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 obligation to ladies strengthening and young lady’s schooling.
2015– UN climate Prize in New York, ICT in Sustainable Development Award by The International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
2016– Agent of Change Award, Planet 50-50 Champion honor for her remarkable commitments to ladies strengthening.
2018– Global Women’s Leadership Award for her remarkable authority in ladies’ schooling and business in Bangladesh.
|Favorite Food||Desi Fish|
|Favorite Destanition||Cox’s Bazar sea beach|
|Favorite Cricketer||Shakib Al Hasan|
- On 11 April 2007, the police documented homicide accusations against Hasina, claiming her to be the genius behind the murdering of four allies of an opponent ideological group in October 2006. The four claimed casualties have pounded the life out of during experiences between the Awami League and opponent gathering activists.
- In 2007, Hasina was captured for the charges of coercion. The Anti-Corruption Commission sent a notification to both Hasina and Khaleda Zia, advising them to give subtleties of their resources for the Commission inside multi-week.
- In the exact year (2007), an extra argument was documented against Hasina by the Anti-Corruption Commission with respect to an agreement for the development of a force plant in 1997, for which she purportedly accepted kickbacks of 30 million takas.
- Padma Bridge Scandal is the biggest political outrage in Bangladesh that elaborate the decision of Bangladesh Sheik Hasina’s Awami League’s administration who purportedly obtained a lot of cash from the Canadian development organization SNC-Lavalin in return for offering them the development contract. After this, The World Bank cut down an undertaking of building Bangladesh’s biggest scaffold, referring to defilement concerns, dropping a $1.2bn (£764m) credit for street rail connection over the Padma River. To which Hasina asserted that an MD of a bank from the USA incited the World Bank to drop the credit. Despite the fact that in 2017, an Ontario (Canada) Superior court equity excused the pay off intrigue case for the absence of any verification.
Some laser known fact about Sheikh Hasina
- Sheikh Hasina’s father was the father of the Bengali nation.
- In 1971 she has left Bangladesh for a few years.
- She was not in Bangladesh when the assassination of her father took place on 15 August 1975. She was living in India in a state of banishment. on 16 February 1981 when she was chosen to lead the Awami League Party, she got back to Bangladesh.
- Hasina was in confinement all through her 1980’s. Both in 1984 and 1985, Sheikh Hasina was put under house capture. It lasted for a quarter of a year.
- In 1990, through a genuine cycle, she tested General Ershad, who drove the military law, and it took not many years to cause him to stop.
- In 1991, she was challenged for the races from 3 bodies but won distinctly from her home voting public, Gopalganj. The very year she went on to Leader of the Opposition in the nation’s Fifth Parliament, she accompanied all the ideological groups in the parliament towards changing the Presidential framework into the Parliamentary one.
- In the 2018 general races, her gathering enlisted a marvelous triumph with 96% of seats. From there she continued to turn into the 10th Prime Minister of Bangladesh.
- In 2018, a documentary was filmed on Sheikh Hasina’s life sketch by Rejaur Rahman Khan Piplu. It was titled “Hasina: A daughter’s tale”. The most interesting fact is Sheikh Hasina appeared in the title role of it.
- She wrote some books also. People and Democracy (1997), Development for the masses (2000), Democracy in distressed demeaned Humanity (2003), Sheikh Mujib Amar pita (1999) are some of her writings.