Published:  12:00 AM, 11 January 2017

Realize Bangabandhu's dream by building Sonar Bangla: AL leaders


Leaders of Awami League (AL) on Tuesday called for materialzing the dream of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman through building a 'Sonar Bangla' under leadership of his talented daughter and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. They made the call at a post-rally discussion jointly organized by district and city units of AL at Katchari Bazar zero point in Rangpur in celebration of the 45th Homecoming Day of Bangabandhu, reports BSS.

The district and city units of AL and its associate bodies chalked out elaborate day-long programs to celebrate the day through paying due homage to Father of the Nation and Architect of Independence Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.  The programs included hoisting of the national and party flags at party office, placing wreaths at the portrait of Bangabandhu, playing of Bangabandhu's Historic March 7 Speech, milad and doa mahfils and offering special munajat. Acting President of district AL Mamtaz Uddin Ahmed addressed the post-rally discussion on Bangabandhu as the chief guest with President of city AL Shafiur Rahman Shafi in the chair.

General Secretary of city AL Tushar Kanti Mandal, Vice-president of district AL Matiar Rahman, its Joint General Secretary Professor Mazed Ali Babul, Organizing Secretary Motahar Hossain Mandal Mowla, among others, addressed the discussion moderated by Office Secretary of district AL Tauhidur Rahman Tutul. The speakers paid rich tribute to Bangabandhu and vowed for building a peaceful, happy, prosperous and secular Bangladesh as dreamt by Father of the Nation to fulfill aspiration of the common people through making independence meaningful for them. Tushar Kanti Mandal said that Bangabandhu sacrificed his whole life without bowing down to any injustice for giving the nation independence, identity and recognition with a flag upholding his political ideologies under all circumstances.

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