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12:00 AM, November 10, 2019 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:45 AM, November 10, 2019

‘Mujib Year’ events to go global: Mohibul

‘Mujib Year’ -- to be celebrated next year -- will feature seminars, workshops and discussions both at home and abroad to showcase the life and ideals of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and his ever-inspiring leadership qualities.

Mohibul Hassan  Chowdhoury, convener of the working committee on seminar, workshop and discussion on Bangabandhu’s birth centenary, made the remarks at the second meeting of the committee at International Mother  Language Institute yesterday, said a press release.

Dignitaries from higher echelons of different professions will grace the year-long celebration to give it a shape of historical milestone for people of all age groups, he said. 

The “Mujib Year” will stretch from March 17, 2020 to March 17, 2021, marking the birth centenary of Father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

Dr Kamal Abdul Naser Chowdhury, chief coordinator of the national implementation committee for celebration of Bangabandhu’s birth centenary, delivered welcome speech in the meeting, which was attended by lawmaker Aroma Dutta, former MPs Fazilatunnesa Bappi and Mahjabeen Khaled, Pro Vice-Chancellor of National University Md Mashiur Rahman, Suchinta Foundation Chairman Mohammad A Arafat, journalist Subhash Chandra Singh Roy and senior officials of different ministries and divisions.

Speaking on the occasion, Kamal Abdul Naser said when “Mujib Year” begins, the deliberations on Bangabandhu by world-famed dignitaries in seminars, workshops and discussions will immensely enlighten and inspire people of the country.

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