Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Sunday exchanged greetings with people of all strata of lives of Tunipara on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha.
Local Awami League and its associate bodies' leaders and activists, local representatives and commoners also exchanged views with the premier and their lawmaker at Tungipara Upazila Awami League office.
The Prime Minister's presence at Tungipara has added additional joy, enthusiasm and festivity among the local people.
The entire Gopalganj has been decorated with colourful posters, banners and placards to welcome the Premier.
Expressing their gratitude to the Prime Minister, most of the leaders of AL and its associate bodies and local representatives taking part in the view exchange and Eid programme thanked the Prime Minister for giving them chances to share their feelings in front of her.
They also prayed for good health and long life of the premier
The Prime Minister, during the view exchange meeting, wanted to know experiences of local Awami League and associate organisations' leaders and activists and local representatives about the development of Tungipara.
They expressed their desire to see Sheikh Hasina as the next Prime Minister and reiterated their strong commitment to work and help and wished that Sheikh Hasina will be the next Prime Minister of the country.
The AL leaders also expressed their firm commitment to work for the AL in the next general election.
Sheikh Helal Uddin, MP, and Sheikh Salahuddin Jewel, MP, were present, among others, at the view exchange meeting.
Tunipara Upazila Awami League President Abul Khayer was present on the dais while General Secretary Md Babul Sheikh moderated the function.
Earlier, the Prime Minister reached Kotalipara around 11.27am on Saturday (July 1) after crossing the Padma Bridge following over three-hour car ride from her official Ganabhaban residence as part of her two-day visit to Kotalipara and Tungipara.
Prime Minister's ICT Affairs Adviser and only son Sajeeb Wazed Joy accompanied her.
On her arrival at the Kotalipara Upazila Awami League office on Saturday, the premier planted three wood, fruit and herbal saplings of Neem (margosal), Bakul (Spanish Cherry) and mango trees.
She also inaugurated the newly constructed Kotalipara Upazila Awami League office.
Sheikh Hasina, also President of the Awami League (AL), later exchanged greetings with local AL and its associate organisations' leaders and activists, local representatives and masses of Kotalipara Upazila at the Upazila AL office, on the occasion of the holy Eid-ul-Azha.
After completion of the programmes, the premier went to Tungipara on Saturday afternoon and paid rich tributes and offered Fateha and joined a munajat at the mausoleum of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
The premier spent Saturday night at Tungipara.
She is scheduled to leave Tungipara for Dhaka this afternoon.