Turn grief into strength to take nation ahead: Ashiqur

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RANGPUR, Aug 17, 2018 (BSS) – Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing
Committee on Ministry of Public Administration HN Ashiqur Rahman, MP, here
today called for turning Bangabandhu loss grief into strength to take the
nation ahead.

“We have to engage ourselves in holding the ideal of Bangabandhu to build
a happy and prosperous Sonar Bangla free from hunger, illiteracy and
exploitation as dreamt by Bangabandhu,” he said while addressing a mourning
discussion as the chief guest.

The Rangpur divisional unit of Bangladesh Family Planning Inspectors’
Association (BFPIA) organised the discussion at Town Hall in observance of
the National Mourning Day- 2018 and 43rd martyrdom anniversary of Father of
the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

Zila Parisahd Chairman Advocate Chhafia Khanom, General Secretary of city
Awami League (AL) Tushar Kanti Mandal, its Vice-president Kaiser Rashed Khan
Sharif and President of District Chhatra League Mehedee Hasan Rony addressed
as special guests.

With President of BFPIA Tahura Khanom in the chair, President of its
divisional unit Mukta Ara Banu, General Secretary Habiba Akhterun Nahar and
member Mukti Chakraborty addressed the occasion.

Ashiqur Rahman, also Treasurer of AL’s central committee, said the country
is moving forward and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina relentlessly working to
build the developed Bangladesh as dreamt by Bangabandhu.

“Now, everyone should cooperate and work sincerely with utmost honesty and
dedication at own sector for building a happy and prosperous country,” he
said.

He said the health sector has made huge progress and members of BFPIA
should prove their more honesty and dedication to take the sector forward to
achieve the sustainable development goals on way to build healthier and
developed Bangladesh.

Earlier, a one-minute silence was observed and special munajats were
offered seeking eternal peace for the departed soul of Bangabandhu and most
of his family members who were assassinated at the black night on August 15,
1975.

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