RANGPUR: Officials and educationists at a women rally here on Tuesday stressed on timely implementation of the Prime Minister’s 10 special initiatives to turn Bangladesh into a middle income nation by 2021, reports BSS.
They also said Bangladesh already achieved a laudable success in women empowerment by reducing gender disparity following realisation of various visionary programmes, including the Prime Minister’s 10 special initiatives, in last 10 years.They came up with the observation at the women rally organised by District Information Office (DIO) at Mithapukur Girls’ High School auditorium in Mithapukur upazila of the district.
The DIO organised the event to inform the women, including female students, about successes of the present government and future development plans, Prime Minister (PM)’s 10 special initiatives, preventing militancy, terrorism and drug abuse.
Mithapukur Upazila Women Affairs Officer Mollika Pervin attended the rally as the chief guest with Assistant District Information officer Sabiha Akhter Lucky in the chair.
Headmaster of Mithapukur Girls’ High School Ataur Rahman and its Assistant Teacher Nishat Sultana, participating women Nushrat Jahan Meem and Sumaiya Akhter Rima, among others, addressed.
Sabiha Akhter Lucky delivered keynote presentation in the rally participated by over 300 higher secondary and degree level female students, their mothers and local elite.
She discussed tremendous successes achieved by the present government in education, health, women development, agriculture, poverty alleviation, digitisation, power generation and other sectors and future development plans.