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Three-day long art exhibition on Bangabandhu ends at KPC

The three-day long art exhibition, hosted by President gold medal winner and former student of Fine Art Discipline of Khulna University (KU) Heema Akter Heramoni, on Bangabandhu concluded yesterday with rich tributes to Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

With the initiative of Khulna Press Club (KPC), the art exhibition titled "Life and Sketch of Bangabandhu, Mourning August 15", painted an elaborate picture of his journey centering Liberation War to Independent Bangladesh and 15 August carnage.

On the concluding day of the exhibition, Khulna Zila Parishad chairman and president of the district unit Awami League Sheikh Harun-ur-Rashid said the artist nicely depicted Bangabandhu's expressions, gestures and postures to show how Bangabandhu overcome various obstacles and challenges to establish Bangladesh as a independent country and how some conspirators along with stray army officers killed Bangabandhu and his family members on August 15, 1975.

Sheikh Harun, also the former opposition whip, made the remarks while addressing as the chief guest at the concluding ceremony of the art exhibition at Journalist Humayun Kabir Balu auditorium at KPC.

Sheikh Harun also showed deep respect to the memory of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on his 46th death anniversary.

With KPC president S M Zahid Hossain in the chair, Bangladesh Jute Association president Md Sayed Ali addressed the function as special guest.

Conducted by KPC general secretary Hasan Ahmed Molla, the meeting was addressed, among others by, Mokbul Hossain Mintu, S M Nazrul Islam, Ahmed Ali Khan, Faruk Ahmed, Md Mahbub Alam Sohag and Mallick Sudhangshu.

On August 14, Vice-Chancellor of Khulna University (KU) Prof Dr Mahmud Hossain formally inaugurated the art exhibition.