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Backward communities must be promoted: SM Jakir Hossain

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SM Jakir Hossain, a member of Bangladesh Awami League’s education and human resource affairs sub-committee and former general secretary of Bangladesh Chhatra League, said that after Digital Bangladesh, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s plan for Smart Bangladesh needs to be carried out. That is why Backward communities must be promoted. Everyone has to dream to move a nation forward. As Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman dreamed of a state called Bangladesh in the Lahore Resolution of 1940, he cherished that dream for 23 years and realized that dream through the Great War of Liberation. We have to realize the dream that Bangabandhu cherished. At this time he also said that we all have to work together to increase the education rate of the Moulvibazar district.

 

He said these things in his speech as a special guest at the official opening of the organization, awarding scholarships to students and distribution of winter clothes organized by the US voluntary organization ‘Sanabil Foundation Texas USA’ at Juri in Moulvibazar district today (January 14).

 

President of Upazila Corruption Prevention Committee Tajul Islam Tara Mia presided over the event, President of Sanabil Foundation Abu Saeed Md. Belal, Vice President Dr. Mohammad Chowdhury, Volunteer Saiful Bari Chowdhury, former General Secretary of Bangladesh Chhatra League SM Jakir Hossain, Principal of Juri Government College Md. Farhad Ahmad, Zahir Uddin, Principal of Shahnimatra College, Acting President of Upazila Awami League Masuk Miah, Upazila Jubo League President Mamunur Rashid Saju, former Head Teacher of Juri High School Khalilur Rahman, General Secretary of Juri Press Club Saiful Islam, Awami League leaders Imrul Islam, Zayed Anwar, Abdus Salam and others.

 

In the event, education scholarships were distributed to the poor students of the upazila, and winter clothes were distributed among the poor people.

 

TMT/Kamran/Saif

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