Published:  01:36 PM, 18 September 2023

No alternative to Sheikh Hasina for prosperous Bangladesh: Dr Yoshoda

No alternative to Sheikh Hasina for prosperous Bangladesh: Dr Yoshoda
The visible developments like Padma Multi-purpose Bridge, Ruppur Atomic Energy, together with perpetual developing trend across the country, have facilitated stable connectivity with the rest of the world and it is being possible under the leadership of Prime Minster Sheikh Hasina, said DR. Yoshoda Jiban, CIP.

Dr. Yoshoda said Padma Bridge has created new avenue for the people of south-east 21 districts in respect of connectivity along with the way of industrialization with a view to promoting the life standard of people belonging to those districts.

In addition, this bridge is considered to increase GDP, new scope of employment and will give impetus to the economy of Bangladesh. It is definitely the prerequisite for making Bangladesh to be a smart country in the days to come.

Dr. Yoshoda said the people believing in Hindu religion remained in a suffocative environment during the regime the government led Bangladesh Nationalist Party. Particularly religious minority is 18% in Faridpur. Yoshoda is considered as an integrated man with honesty, acceptability and impressive image. The incumbent government has chosen him to lead the minority community in Faridpur district.

Yoshoda graduated from Faridpur Rajendra College and obtained masters degree from Dhaka University. After that, he received his Ph D. degree on banking and finance from Independent University of California of the U S A.

After obtaining higher degrees from foreign countries, Yoshoda has started business. Dr. Yoshoda has been nominated commercial important person by the government. Now he has become Vice President of FBCCI.

Dr. Yoshoda was born in Faridpur. Before the birth of Yoshoda, his two sisters were born, for that reason, his parents named as Jibon. Hios Father name is Gopal Chandra and mother’s name Shova Rani Devnath. He is father of one son and one daughter.

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