|Full Name||Sheikh Hasina Wazed|
|Famous For||Prime Minister of Bangladesh|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Eye Colour||Lavendar Grey|
|Hair Colour||Salt & Pepper|
|Political Party||Bangladesh Awami League|
|Other Political Affilations||Grand Alliance (2008–present)|
|Political Journey||1981: Elected as Chairperson of the ‘Awami League Party’.|
1991: Became the Leader of the Opposition in the Fifth Parliament of Bangladesh.
1996: Elected and sworn in as the second female Prime Minister of Bangladesh.
2001: Lost the elections and led the party opposing the government for the next seven years.
2009: Elected as Prime Minister for the second time.
2014: Elected as Prime Minister for the third time.
|Biggest Rival||Khaleda Zia|
|Date of Birth||28 September 1947|
|Age (as in 2017)|| 70 Years|
|Birthplace||Tungipara, Gopalganj District, East Bengal, Dominion of Pakistan (Now, in Bangladesh)|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Libra|
|Hometown||Tungipara Upazila, Bangladesh|
|School||Ajimpur Girls’ School|
|College/University||Eden Mohila College|
University of Dhaka
|Awards, Honours, Achievements||• 1998: The Félix Houphouët-Boigny Peace Prize by the UNESCO|
• 1998: Mother Teresa Award by the All India Peace Council
• 1998: M.K. Gandhi Award by the Mahatama M K Gandhi Foundation of Oslo, Norway
• 2009: Indira Gandhi Prize
• 2014: UNESCO Peace Tree award for her commitment to women's empowerment and girl's education
|Controversies||• In 2007, Hasina was arrested for the 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.
• 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 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.
|Boys, Affairs and More|
|Husband/Spouse||Late M.A. Wazed Miah (1968-2009), a Nuclear Scientist|
|Children||Son- Sajeeb Wazed|
Daughter- Saima Wazed
|Parents||Father- Mujibur Rahman (politician)|
Mother- Fazilatunnesa Mujib
|Siblings||Brother(s)- 3 |
Sister- Sheikh Rehana
|Net Worth (approx.)||₹100 crore|