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Call to spread Rotary activities among young generation

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Speakers at the 32nd installation ceremony of Rotary Club of Dhaka Cosmopolitan at a hotel in the city on Monday.

City Desk :
Rotary Club of Dhaka Cosmopolitan organized 32nd Installation Ceremony at a hotel in the city on Monday. Renowned physician and Chairman of Dhaka Community Medical College and Hospital Porf. Dr. Quazi Kamruzzaman was present as the chief guest on the occasion.
While speaking Prof. Dr. Quazi Kamruzzaman said, to build better Bangladesh Rotary activities to be expanded to the young generation of our society.  Rotary Bangladesh are  working for destressed people of Bangladesh as same all over the world.  Rotary Governor F H Arif, former Governor Ghulam Mustafa, former Secretary Rakib Sorder, Chairman of District Public Image Committee Abul Khair Chowdhury, Syed Shakawat Hossain, Saifur Rahman, Club President Dr. Munirul Alam also spoke on the occasion.  
Rotary Distrct Governor F H Arif called upon to increase rotary activities to all professionals. He said, skilled, experienced Rotarians will lead the nation in future.
Former Governor Jalal U Ahmed, Jainal Abedin, Magfur Uddin, Jamal Uddin Ahmed, Salim Reza, SAM Showket Hossain, Mohammad Ayub, Governor elect AFM Alamgir, Govenor Nominee Khairul Alam, Charter President MA Ali Bhuiyan and rotary leaders were present on the occasion.

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