Sheikh Hasina, Leader of the Opposition and the former Prime Minister of Bangladesh, in an exclusive interview with VOA, has reiterated her demands for the resignation of the four party alliance government for the deterioration of law and order situation, failure to control rampant corruption and the price-hike of essential commodities in Bangladesh. While giving reaction to the assassination of a Member of Parliament belonging to her party Awami League, she alleged that the ruling party was behind the killing and regretted the failure of the police in Bangladesh to catch the killers. Hasina said that her party, which believes in democratic norms, is ready to talk with other opposition parties. When asked if she was ready to talk to Prime Minister Khaleda Zia, if invited, she expressed doubts about the sincerity of the government towards any successful talk. Sheikh Hasina expressed her opposition to letting the present Chief Justice become the Head of the Caretaker Government alleging that he belonged to BNP and could not hold election in a neutral way as is required by the constitution. This interview with VOA has been the first with the leader of the opposition in recent days when the political situation in Bangladesh has become more volatile.