within one or 2 years, we will be a mid income nation
It's good to see that you're enthusiastic about your country's future, but in the links
that you provided, we can find information that GDP per capita in Bangladesh is
$1465, which puts you on the 198th place, out of 227 countries listed.
I'm also not sure what you call a "mid income nation", but Poland, still not a rich country
by any means, has GDP per capita of about $18000, so that's over 1200% of your GPD p/c.
Now, would you be so kind as to explain to us, how are you going to achieve 1200%
in "one or 2 years"? Especially, that your country has a population of 156 million people
(much larger than Russia's population!) crammed on a territory smaller than Tunisia or Uruguay
(or 2 times smaller than Romania!). That means only one thing - poverty.To get on level par with Poland's GDP per capita, you would have to bring your current
GDP of $256 billion to over $3 trillion - that's roughly equal to Germany's GDP!
Can you do that in a foreseeable future? I don't think so.
Ther are some nice picture of business centres, in the links you posted, but here's a couple
of different pictures (closer to everyday reality in Bangladesh):Capital city of Dhaka:Slightly overcrowded train:
This is your country, Manazit. Your civilization.
Now, I think you understand why citizens of European countries, who have to calculate
how many children they can have, and work hard to provide a decent level of life for their
families, feel slightly reluctant to welcome immigrants from your civilization (especially that
you bring with you your muslim religion, which is completely and utterly alien to our culture
and values in many aspects.)
This is NOT
to say, that I don't wish you and your country all the best (the economic
growth, hapiness, health etc.) - I DO
, but please understand my concerns for my country
(especially in light of a complete failure of the integration of muslim immigrants in Western Europe.)