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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today reiterated her firm commitment to give a ‘bright future’ to the children by building Bangladesh as a developed and prosperous one freeing from hunger, poverty and illiteracy.


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f“We have been working with a target to give the children a bright future
and shining day in future by building Bangladesh a developed and prosperous
country as dreamt by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman,”
she said.

The prime minister said this while addressing a Children’s Rally and
Cultural Programme as the chief guest marking the 99th birth anniversary of
Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and National
Children’s Day on Bangabandhu Mausoleum Complex premises here.

“We have to take steps to present our children a healthy life and ensure
their peaceful stay with their parents,” she said, urging everybody to give
special attention to their children.

Expressing her commitment to serve the people until the last day of her
life, she said that she has a desire to turn the country into a suitable
abode for the next generation.

To this context, she recited from Poet Sukanta Bhattacharya’s ’Chharpatra’
in expressing her desire to turn the country into a suitable abode for the
posterity rendering, “Choley jabo, tobu aaj jatakkhan dehe achey pran,
pranponey prithivir sorabo janjal…….. E bishwake e shishur basjoggya kore
jabo ami”.

The English lines could be read out as: “I will leave, but I will clear
the odds with all my efforts as long as I’m alive. I will make the earth
livable for the children; it’s my firm commitment to a new born”.

Highlighting the contribution of the Father of the Nation, the premier
said that Bangabandhu had got time only three and a half years and by this
time he rebuilt the war ravaged country and shaped Bangladesh as an
independent nation.

Bangabandhu made primary education free for all and up to secondary
education for women, she said.

She mentioned Bangladesh would successfully celebrate the birth centenary
of the Father of the Nation in 2020 and golden jubilee of the Independence in
2021.

The government has already declared 2020-2021 as ’Mujib Barsha’, she said.

Sheikh Hasina added: “Inshallah, we would be able to build Bangladesh as a
hunger and poverty free country”.

The prime minister said Bangladesh will go ahead with the ideals of the
Father of the Nation who dreamt for a hunger and poverty free country as
children of present time would turn the dream of Bangabandhu into reality.

She urged the children to study attentively and take advantages and
facilities provided by the government for the education to build them as
worthy citizens.

The Ministry of Women and Children Affairs and Gopalganj district
administration jointly organized the rally of schoolchildren of different
educational institutions in Tungipara, the birthplace of Bangabandhu.

Novelist and Chairman of Bangladesh Shishu Academy Selina Hossain attended
the function as the special guest.

Members of the cabinet, cabinet secretary, chiefs of three services, senior
leaders of the Awami League, government officials, teachers of different
educational institutions attended the function.

Lamia Shikder, a class five student of Gopalganj Maleka Academy, presided
over the function while Arafat Hossain, a class four student gave welcome
address.

Secretary of the Women and Children Affairs Ministry Kamrun Nahar,
Divisional Commissioner of Dhaka KM Ali Azam and Gopalganj Deputy
Commissioner (DC) Mohammad Mokhlesur Rahman Sarkar were present on the
occasion.

Sheikh Hasina received a replica of the logo of Branding of Gopalganj
District from the deputy commissioner and unveiled the cover of a book on the
letters written for Bangabandhu titled “Bangabandhuke Lekha Chithi.”

The best letter written to Bangabandhu was also read out by a class 10
student Suraiya Yasmin at the function.

A video titled “Amar Kotha Shono” was screened on the occasion.

The prime minister also opened a book fair and visited a painting
exhibition of the children on “Bangabandhu and Bangladesh”.

Later the prime minister handed over sewing machines to two distressed
women named Kona Begum and Tanjila of Tungipara and Kotalipara upazila of
Gopalganj district respectively.

The premier also distributed prizes among the children who participated in
literary and cultural competitions organized by Gopalganj district
administration marking the 99th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation and
the National Children’s Day.

She also took part in a photo session with the children and witnessed a
cultural program performed by the children.

 

Report by - //dailysurma.com

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