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Bangladesh Chhatra League hails country’s graduation from LDC

DU Correspondent | Published: 00:13, Mar 03,2021

 
 

Bangladesh Chhatra League on Tuesday brings out a procession on the Dhaka University campus congratulating the United Nations’ recommendation for Bangladesh’s graduation from the least developed country status. — New Age photo

Ruling Awami League’s student wing Bangladesh Chhatra League on Tuesday brought out a procession on the Dhaka University campus congratulating prime minister Sheikh Hasina over attaining United Nations’ recommendation for Bangladesh’s graduation from Least Developed Country status.

BCL leaders and activists, led by its president Al Nahian Khan Joy and general secretary Lekhak Bhattacharjee, brought out the procession from the Anti-terror Raju Memorial Sculpture of TSC in the afternoon.

Later, the marchers paraded key points of the university.

Al Nahian said, ‘It is a great achievement for Bangladesh on the occasion of the golden jubilee of the country’s independence.’

‘The country was a terrorist-state and remained champion in corruption index for long but the scenario reversed now,’ he said.

The country is progressing forward tremendously under the dynamic and visionary leadership of prime minister Sheikh Hasina which is now role model of development, he furthered.

DU unit general secretary and former Dhaka University Central Students’ Union assistant general secretary Saddam Hussein, leaders and activists of different units of the body took part in the joyous procession.

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