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Honorable Prime Minister paid tribute to Bangabandhu on his birth anniversary

Honorable Prime Minister paid tribute to Bangabandhu on his birth anniversary Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has paid deep respect to Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on his 104th birth anniversary. On the occasion of Bangabandhu’s birthday and National Children’s Day, the Hon’ble Prime Minister paid tribute to Bangabandhu’s portrait in front of the Bangabandhu Memorial Museum at 32 Dhanmondi as part of the state program on Sunday at 7 am. After offering flowers, the Hon’ble Prime Minister stood in silence for a while paying deep respect to the memory of the Father of the Nation. Sheikh Rehana, the younger sister of the honorable Prime Minister was present at this time. A smart team of Bangladesh Army, Navy and Air Force a guare of honor respect to Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

Prayers were offered for the souls of martyrs in the August 15 massacre. Later, along with the senior leaders of the Awami League, party president Sheikh Hasina placed another wreath on the portrait of Bangabandhu on behalf of her party. President Md. to pay deep respect to Bangabandhu by placing wreaths at his tomb. Hon’ble Prime Minister is also scheduled to go to Tungipara, Gopalganj with Sahabuddin. Later he will attend the function organized to mark the 104th birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation. For many years, Bangabandhu’s birthday has been celebrated as National Children’s Day across the country. Bangabandhu, the leader of the Bengali nation and the great architect of independent Bangladesh, was born on this day in 1920 in Tungipara village of the then Gopalganj subdivision (present district) in a noble Muslim family.