Recreational Eid atmosphere persists in Rangpur division

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RANGPUR, June 07, 2019 (BSS) – A recreational Eid atmosphere is persisting on the third day today since the holy Eid-ul-Fitr day as thousands of people are rushing to the, entertainment and tourist spots for pleasure
allover Rangpur division.

The recreational, entertainment and tourist spots have been witnessing
huge rush of the people everywhere in Rangpur division since the last three
days to enjoy the blissful occasion of the holy Eid-ul-Fitr festivity.

The enthusiastic people of all ages, particularly youths, adolescents
and young girls, wearing colourful dresses are visiting these spots making
those places overcrowded since the Eid-ul-Fitr day maintaining the festive
mood till today.

In Rangpur city, thousands of people are thronging ‘Proyas’
Entertainment Park on the Ghaghot riverbank, Fantasy Zone, Tazhat Zamider’s
Palace, Chikley Lake Water Park, Rangpur Zoo, ‘Surovi Uddyan’ and other
recreational spots to get refreshed and enjoy the festivity.

The people are rushing at the colourfuly decorated recreational spots
like ‘Vinnojagat’, ‘Ananda Nagar’, Teesta Road Bridge point, Sheikh Hasina
Teesta Bridge at Mohipur Ghat, ‘Neelamborer Jalmahal’, Teesta Barrage Canal
and other areas outside the city.

Similarly, countless people are thronging the ‘Shopnopuri Artificial
Amusement Park’, ‘Kantzeu Mandir’, ‘Ramsagar’, Dinajpur Rajbari’ and ‘Gore
Shahid Eidgah Maidan’ in Dinajpur, ‘Neelsagar’ and Teesta Barrage Project in
Nilphamari, ‘Bhitargarh Maharaja Dighee’, ‘Tentulia Dak Banglo’, Mahananda
riverbank, ‘Kazi and Kazi Tea Estate and Banglabandha Land Port in
Panchagarh, the Shikh Hasina Dharla Bridge and Dharla Bridge in Kurigram,
Tin-Bigha Corridor, Burimari Zero Point and Sheikh Rasel Shishu Park in
Lalmonirhat and many other places of tourists’ attraction in Rangpur
division.

All these recreational places have been decorated with new look and
amusement flavour to attract more visitors to the full capacity amid
admirable security measures in all eight districts of the division.

Thousands of boys, girls, students, youths and children with their
parents wearing colorful dresses are gathering at these places where
temporary fairs, shops and business centres have also been set up to sell
different handcrafts, foods and toys.

Superintending Engineer of Rangpur City Corporation Amdad Hossain said
hundreds of people are visiting the Chikley Lake Water Park in Rangpur city
to enjoy beauty of the nature and share bliss of Eid-ul-Fitr festivity.

Talking to BSS, students Manisha, Abdullah, Lily Begum, Sultan Pervin,
Shimla Ferdousi, Shahana Khatun and Arman Hossain at different recreational
spots in Rangpur city said they were excited to enjoy the beauty at those
entertaining spots.

University students Rafiul Islam, Mehedi Hassan, Habiba Begum and
Morsheda Khatun while visiting the Chikley Lake Water Park in Rangpur said
they enjoyed while travelling by speed boat on the water park there.

Talking to BSS on the Sheikh Hasina Teesta Bridge at Mohipur Ghat on
the juncture of Rangpur and Lalmonirhat districts, school teacher Farzana
Sultana said she came there with family members to see the bridge, river and
enjoy beauty of the nature.

College students Aklima Begum Morium Nechha, Fatema Akhter and Abraham
Lincon while visiting the Teesta Road Bridge at Kawnia upazila in Rangpur
said they enjoyed loveliness of the river as well as natural beauty there.

Couple Atikur Rahman and Shelly Begum at Rangpur Zoo said they enjoyed
riding on ‘Nagordola’ with their children as well as friends and observing
various animals and birds there.

Similarly, housewife Yasmin Khanom, journalist Rezaul Karim Jiban,
businessman Abu Bakar Siddique and teacher Anar Koli at ‘Proyas’
Entertainment Park in Rangpur city said they were excited to enjoy the
natural beauty and recreational facilities there.

Additional Divisional Commissioner Md. Zakir Hossain said many
enthusiastic people are visiting recreational spots across Rangpur division
during celebrations of the Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Azha, Bengali New Year and
other festivities.

“The necessity of amusement among common people is enhancing following
continuous improvement in their socioeconomic conditions in last ten years
and the trend will continue to increase in the future,” Hossain added.

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