Prime Minister inaugurated Bangabandhu Corner at Sheikh Mujib’s school


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that one day we will go to the moon, so everyone should prepare and study accordingly. He said that small children should be prepared to build a smart Bangladesh. Today’s children will be the artisans of tomorrow’s smart Bangladesh.

Bangabandhu’s daughter said these things at the unveiling of the album titled ‘Bangabandhu Corner’ and ‘Let’s Know Bangabandhu’ at Gimadanga Tungipara Model Government Primary School, the father of the nation’s childhood, on Saturday (July 6).

The Prime Minister said, we will build a smart Bangladesh. The small children of today will be the artisans of tomorrow’s smart Bangladesh. Children will be the real smart, they will run the country. We will go to the moon one day. So everyone has to prepare and study like that from now on.

Sheikh Hasina said, “Unfortunately, after ’75, history has been tried to be erased. People should know how I got freedom. The works that have been done after independence should also be known.

After the ceremony, the Prime Minister visited Tungipara Municipal Super Market from there. In the afternoon, the Prime Minister will return to Dhaka after participating in the Fatiha reading and prayers at the tomb of the Father of the Nation.

Earlier, after the successful closing ceremony of the country’s largest self-financed Padma Bridge project, the Prime Minister crossed the bridge at 6 pm on Friday (July 5) and left for Gopalganj. Later Sheikh Hasina reached Tungipara at 7:30 pm. After that, as the head of the government, he paid tribute to Bangabandhu’s tomb by offering flowers and participated in prayers. He then exchanged skills with his relatives.

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