PM to face beside assaulted feminine footballers: Khulna MP
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has expressed solidarity with the feminine footballers who have been tortured in Khulna’s Batiaghata.
Sheikh Salahuddin Jewel, the lawmaker from the Khulna-2 constituency, conveyed the message while speaking with the footballers.
“The prime minister stated the bottom the place feminine footballers prepare might be renovated and a soccer academy might be constructed there,” stated Jewel.
“The prime minister directed the authorities to take essential measures to make sure the protection of ladies footballers and produce the culprits to e-book,” stated Sadia Nasreen, the captain of the group.
Salauddin Jewel was accompanied by Khulna administration officers.
On July 29, the feminine footballers have been overwhelmed up for practising carrying shorts at Batiaghata’s Tetultola village.
Officer-in-Cost (OC) of Batiaghata Police Station, Shawkat Kabir, stated that law enforcement officials are actively patrolling the village to make sure the protection of the footballers.
“We knowledgeable the ladies and their mother and father to report any points instantly,” he stated.
Feminine footballers have not only shown remarkable skills on the field but have also challenged societal norms and stereotypes, paving the way for gender equality in the world of sports.