Entrepreneurs Memorandum to Demand Inclusion of Awami League Elections

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Barisal Correspondent: The organizers of the Digital Children’s Union Digital Center have demanded to keep Union Digital Center permanent standing in the revenue line in Awami League’s election manifesto for the eleventh parliamentary elections. The central committee leaders of the entrepreneurs have already given a memorandum to the Prime Minister to demand this.
The memorandum submitted by Barrister Biplob Barua, the sub-office secretary of Bangladesh Awami League, took the favor of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Abul Hasnat, the central general secretary of the entrepreneur forum, said that digital children (Union entrepreneurs) of the Union Digital Center declared by the Prime Minister are continuing to propagate the digital services to the marginalized people of the country as well as provide information and information about the government’s various developmental works, including social media, in different newspapers and online news portals. As a result, the government image has brightened in the country and abroad.
He also said that in 2010, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, through her video conferencing from the office of former Prime Minister of New Zealand and Administrator of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Miss Helen Clark Bhola, from the remote Charakukrimukhi Union, to deliver public and private services to the public’s public service in 2010. All the Union Parishads across the country, together with Union Digital Army Turtle (UDC) inaugurated. In its continuation, each and every UDC has the opportunity to work for a man and a woman entrepreneur. As a result, entrepreneurs have been able to develop themselves as skilled computer operators through government-private training at different times. Later, the entrepreneurs are uploading data related to self development of the union of the Parishad’s web portal, government related issues, and related topics related to the council. Which brings diversified benefits for the government in eleven parliamentary elections.
Forum President Mainul Islam Apu said that in 2010, the Awami League government established ‘Union Information and Service Center’ in every union of the country with the aim of enacting Digital Bangladesh. Which was later named as Union Digital Center. The organizers of the digital center are working relentlessly for eight long years at these centers. They are providing free information to the grassroots people, including all developmental activities of the government. The president also said that a memorandum has been issued to the prime minister to keep the digital center in Rajshahi for the election of the digital children declared by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina (Union entrepreneurs at the Union Digital Center) to keep the Awami League election manifesto in the eleventh parliamentary elections. The Prime Minister will see this matter seriously, they are 100% optimistic.

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