Foundation stone of Debiganj Fire Station laid

12 February, 2018 12:00 AM printer

PANCHAGARH: The foundation stone of Debiganj Fire Service Station, to be built by Public Works Department at a cost of Taka two crore and 45 lakh, was laid here on Saturday, reports BSS.

Local lawmaker Advocate Nurul Islam Sujon formally laid the foundation stone of the fire station at a function as the chief guest.

Addressing the occasion, the parliament member said the present government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is relentlessly working for welfare of the people.

He said the continuation of Sheikh Hasina government is needed for uninterrupted development of the country.

Nurul Islam sought vote of the ruling Bangladesh Awami League in the upcoming national elections for the sake development.

The function was addressed, among others, by Debiganj Upazila Parishad Chairman Hasnat Zaman Chowdhury and assistant director of the fire service and civil defence Aminur Rahman. Mirja Sakhawat Hossein, executive engineer of the Public Works Department, presided over the function.