Dhaka, Bangladesh
'Bangabandhu struggled for welfare of common people'

'Bangabandhu struggled for welfare of common people'

RANGPUR, Oct 13: Leaders of Jatiya Sramik League (JSL) here on Thursday said Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman had struggled throughout his life for ensuring development and welfare of the common people, reports BSS. They came up with the observations at separate discussions organised by the district and city units of JSL at Bangabandhu mural premises in observance of its 48th founding anniversary through various programmes. The programmes included hoisting of the national and party flags, placing wreaths at the mural of Bangabandhu, rallies and discussions. Earlier, two separate rallies, participated by leaders and activists of the district and city units of JSL, Awami League (AL) and its associate bodies, was brought out in the city streets. With district unit President of JSL Abdus Salam in the chair, Joint General Secretary of district AL Shahinur Rahman Sohel and its Labour Affairs Secretary Gawaherul Islam addressed the discussion as invited guests. General Secretary of district JSL Shahidul Islam moderated the discussion. Member-secretary of city JSL Abdul Mazid and its Joint.convedner-1 Hasanuzzaman Nannu addressed another discussion arranged by city JSL with its Convener Md Miltan in the chair. Shahinur Rahman Sohel said the present government has achieved tremendous successes in building a middle income nation by 2021 and, subsequently a developed country by 2041, under the able leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. "The leaders and activists of AL and its associate bodies should disseminate information about the huge successes achieved by the present government to bring back AL again into power through the next general elections," he said. Abdus Salam called upon leaders and workers of JSL for further strengthening the hands of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to realise the dream of Bangabandhu through building a developed Sonar Bangla free from deprivation.

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