Bangabandhu met people’s demands through movements: Kamal

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DHAKA, March 24, 2018 (BSS) – Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal here today said that the architect of independent Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman had always realized people’s just demands through movements.

Had Bangabandhu remained alive, Bangladesh would have been a developing country much earlier, he said at a discussion on Dhaka University (DU) campus.

Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL), the students’ wing of Awami League, organised the discussion marking the 98th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on Swaparjito Swadhinota premises on DU campus.

A photo exhibition titled “Alokchitre Bangabandhu O Bangladesh” was organised there.

Kamal urged the BCL leaders to uphold the spirit of liberation war and ideology of Bangabandhu.

Speaking on the occasion, National University Vice-Chancellor (VC) Professor Harun-or-Rashid said that Bangladesh is now a role model of development around the world.

Jagannath University VC Professor Mijanur Rahman said that the construction of the Padma Bridge symbolizes the continuous development process of Bangladesh.

BCL president Mohammad Saifur Rahman Sohag presided over the programme while BCL general secretary SM Jakir Hossain conducted it.

Former BCL general secretary Mahfujul Haider Chowdhury Roton, BCL DU unit president Abid Al Hasan and BCL DU unit general secretary Motahar Hossain Prince, among others, addressed the programme.

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