Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is ranked 26th among 100 powerful women in the world. He was ranked 30th in this list last year. Now, his position has improved four steps.
US Forbes magazine publishes a list of powerful women in the world every year. On Tuesday, Forbes lists powerful women in the list, Sheikh Hasina is at 26th place.
Sheikh Hasina ranked number 36 on Forbes’s list of 2016. And in the 59th position in 2015 That is, consistently every year Sheikh Hasina has improved.
It has been considered considering sheltering millions of Rohingya’s displaced Myanmar people in the Forbes list. Forbes magazine wrote to mention Sheikh Hasina’s identity and contribution, Sheikh Hasina has allotted two thousand acres of land to the Rohingya refugees and for them in 2017. The Rohingya population came to Bangladesh to live in the country from Myanmar’s Rakhine state. Apart from this, Sheikh Hasina has been working on peaceful reforms of Rohingyas permanently in Bangladesh.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel holds the top position in the list of the year 2018. British Prime Minister Teresa May Among the list, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde is in the third place, US President General Motors’s chairperson and CEO Mary Barra, Fidelity Investments CEO, Abigail Johnson, is at the fifth position.