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Seminar on expatriates ' contributions in tourism sector held in Sylhet

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Sylhet Correspondent :
A seminar on role of  expatriates in  flouris ment of tourism Industry in Bangladesh  and our responsibility was  held in Sylhet Zilla Parished Hall Room on Thursday afternoon. Tourism Development Foundation , Sylhet organised the  progrmme.
Director of Bangladesh Betar  (Commercial Service) D. Mir Shah Alam attended this progrmme as a Chief Guest.
 He said in this progrmme, tourism is the medium of development and social exchange. This industry is not only provide  entertainment but also  it makes speedy  development the  country . At present world tourism is the focal point of development. So government and public must come  forward to continue the  trend of development. In the content of Bangladesh,  the people who live  abroad have great contributions. We must continue it. We must give security to expatriates.
Tourism Development Foundation,  Sylhet Chapter President Dr. Abdul Hye presided over  and its GS Shofik Ahmed Shofiee conducted the progrmme.
Panel Chairman of Companigong Upazila Parished Nasrin Jahan Fatema, Vice Principal of Sylhet Metropolitan Law College D. Shahidul Islam Advocate, Excelsior Sylhet Managing Director Sayeed Chowdhury, Director (Marketing) Ahmed Ali, BCS Officer Fahmida Ferdous Daisy, Uk Expatriates Zilu Miah, Fenchugong Press Club President Zia Khaled, Companigong Press club President Abul Hussain, Teacher of Jalalabad International Madrasha Mazharul Islam Joynal, TDF Organizing Secretary Shahin Ahmed also spoke the Progrmme.

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