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Marathi version of Bangabandhu's 'The Unfinished Memories' unveiled

DHAKA, Oct 13: The Marathi version of Father of Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's 'The Unfinished Memories' was unveiled through a programme in Mumbai, India today by the Bangladesh Deputy High Commission.

Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari was present in the programme as the chief guest while President of Mumbai Marathi Journalists Association Narendra Wabel, President of Honorary  Consul General Group Vijay Kalantri and Bangladesh Deputy High Commissioner in New Delhi Md Nurul Islam were present as special guests, an official release said.

A video message of Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen was displayed on the occasion. Momen, in his video message, said that the Mumbai Deputy High Commission has added a new dimension by unveiling the Marathi version named 'Opurno Attokotha'.

The Marathi language of the region has been added to the two dozen languages in which this historical book has been translated, he added.

Bangladesh Deputy High Commissioner to Mumbai Md Lutfar Rahma mentioned that this book will help Marathi people to gain authentic knowledge of the politics of the Father of the Nation and his ideals.