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Bangladesh Embassy observes Shahid Dibash and International Mother Language Day 2018
February 21, 2018, 11:41 am
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Embassy of Bangladesh in Kuwait observed Shahid Dibash and International Mother Language Day 2018 at the Chancery in a befitting manner in the presence of embassy officials, officials of the Bangladesh Military Contingent, officials of Biman Bangladesh Airlines and members of the Bangladesh community and representatives of the media.

Charge d'Affaires of this embassy hoisted the National Flag at half mast ceremoniously in the presence of embassy officials and a large gathering of members of the community on 21 February, 2018. Md. Anisuzzaman, Counsellor (Political) and HOC anchored the whole program.

The program started with the recitation from the Holy Quran. Special Dua and Munajat were offered seeking divine blessings for the Language martyrs' and for the continued progress of the country. The messages given by the Hon'ble President, the Hon'ble Prime Minister, the Hon'ble Foreign Minister and State Minister for Foreign Affairs of Bangladesh were read out by officers of the embassy.

The discussion took place in a very lively atmosphere as a good number of participants from the community took part in the discussion. They highlighted various important events that took place before and after the language movement.

Charge d'Affaires, Abdul Latif Khan in his speech highlighted the language movement and its significance in the buildup of the subsequent mass movement that led to the emergence of independent Bangladesh.

Mr. Khan also recalled with great reverence the greatest Bengali of all times, the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. He informed that after independence, Bangabandhu made Bangla as the state language and also delivered his maiden speech in Bangla at the 29th session of the United General Assembly on 25 September 1974 to introduce Bangla anew to the world.

He urged all Bangladesh nationals to work unitedly for the benefit of the country and asked Bangladesh nationals in Kuwait to abide by the rules and regulations of Kuwait. He further thanked the Government and people of Kuwait for their continuous support for the Bangladeshi expatriates in Kuwait. Finally, refreshments were arranged for all the guests.

 

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