Speakers at the discussion on National Youth Day in Chittagong Young people will have to work in order to continue development



Chittagong reporter:

Discussion meeting and prize distribution program was held in district auditorium auditorium on the occasion of celebrating National Youth Day ’18 under the initiative of Chittagong Divisional Commissioner Office, District Administration and Youth Development Department. Additional Divisional Commissioner (Development) Nurul Alam Nizami presided over and Kotwali thana unit officer of Youth Development Department said. Chittagong divisional commissioner was the chief guest at the meeting of Jahan Uddin. Abdul Mannan Additional Deputy Commissioner (Revenue) was the special guest. Delwar Hossain, Associate Professor of Government Women’s College, Abdullah Al Mamun, Senior Trainer of Youth Development Department. Abdul Khalek Youth Development Directorate’s Deputy Director Saleh Ahmed delivered the welcome speech. Sumitra Tanchanga, Nazmul Haque, Anisul Haque, Shafiul Bashar, Md. Alamgir Saikat, Anisur Rahman Munna, Shahidul Islam Dudul and others.
Before the meeting, the National Youth Day was inaugurated by the Balloon in front of the Chittagong Circuit House at 10:00 am. Abdul Mannan From there, a colorful youth rally ended on the main road and went to the district’s Shilpakala Academy.
Speakers at the meeting said that if the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was not born, we would not have been able to get a free Bangladesh based on a map and a red rose flag. His dream was to create a gold bangladesh. Today, his well-deserved daughter, Prime Minister Gen. Sheikh Hasina, has been moving towards the development of the country after coming to power. After 1975 the country was in the list of low income countries. On March 17, we were included in the list of developing countries on the birth anniversary of Bangabandhu. Increased education rates, per capita income, average life expectancy, electricity generation, maternal mortality and child mortality rate have decreased. Our youth society is not far behind in the sincerity and relentless efforts of the government. Life force for youth development



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