Mumtaz Advocates for Sheikh Hasina’s Return to Power

Mumtaz Advocates for Sheikh Hasina's Return to Power

Member of Parliament of Manikganj-2 Constituency and singer Mumtaz Begum said that after Sheikh Hasina’s government came to power, she worked for the development of women. So women have progressed today in various matters including education. Sheikh Hasina should be made Prime Minister again. The country is developing so much because he is in power.

He said these things in the speech of the chief guest at the parent assembly and exchange of views meeting at Jaimontap High School grounds of Singair Upazila of Manikganj on Wednesday (September 27) afternoon.

He also said that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s government is an education-friendly government. We all have to be with this education friendly government. This government is working to improve the quality of education with the governmentization of schools and colleges, multi-storied buildings in educational institutions, digital computer labs, multimedia classrooms. No educational institution can be found without a new building.

Numerous individuals, including Chairman Babu Radheshyam Saha of Jaimantop High School, Engr. Md. Shahadat Hossain, chairman of Jaimantop Union Parishad, Assistant Teacher Bajlul Rahman, Ahsan Uddin, a teacher from Ramnagar Primary School, Borhan Uddin Fakir, Shahnaz Parveen, Aminur Islam Khokon, Delwar Kabir Tipu, Salim Mia, and others, addressed the gathering.

The event, overseen by Assistant Teacher Shahinur Rahman Mamun, also featured speeches from Professor Quddusur Rahman, former parent member Riazul Islam, donor member Babu Manoranjan Ghosh, Advocate Mohammad Kohinur Islam Sani, the organizing secretary of Upazila Awami League, treasurer Obaidul Rahman, Shakeel Ahmed, Chhatra League president, and Mohidur Rahman, the general secretary of Union Awami League. In addition to members of the school’s managing committee and parents of students, attendees comprised students and individuals from diverse professional backgrounds.

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