GAIBANDHA: Speakers at a function here on Wednesday said the government led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina achieved tremendous success in different sectors in last ten years, reports BSS.
“If the development trends continue, Bangladesh will be a middle income country by 2021 and developed one by 2041 undoubtedly side by side with achieving the sustainable development goals by 2030 declared by UNDP”, they said.They made the comments while addressing a discussion meeting under a publicity activity entitled “Sammriddhi Agrojattray Bangladesh” on the premises of Indrakpur High School under Bongram union of Sadullapur upazila in the district on Wednesday afternoon.
District Information Office of Mass Communication Department under the Ministry of Information arranged the function.
Deputy Commissioner (DC) Abdul Matin addressed the function as the chief guest and upazila chairman Shahriar Khan Biplob and officer in charge of Sadullapur police station Masud Rana and union parishad chairman Shahin Sarker were present at the event as the special guests.
With UNO M. Nabineoaz in the chair, the function was also addressed, among others, by chairperson of school managing committee Khandkar Saiful Islam, social worker Khandkar Zillur Rahman, head teacher Monoranjan Sarker and journalist Sarker M. Shahiduzzman.
Earlier, district information officer Haider Ali made a welcome speech and said the speakers said the present government has been implementing 10 special initiatives namely ‘Sheikh Hasina Branding’ to build hunger and poverty free Sonar Bangla as dreamt by Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
DC Abdul Matin said the country is advancing fast to achieve the cherished goals of the government at the efficient leadership of PM Sheikh Hasina through implementing various welfare and development projects.In addition, the DC also made aware the students of the school about the bad impacts of drug, militancy, and early marriage and asked them to know the real history of Liberation War, Bangladesh, and Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
A large number of students, teachers, guardians, local elite, social workers and journalists attended the programme.