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Amar Ekushey observed

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Chittagong  Bureau :
Premier University Law Alumni Association (PULA) observed International Mother Language Day and Amar Ekushey  in a befitting manner   on Wednesday .
To observe the day, PULA members brought out a pravat ferry from Hazari lane campus of the university led by Senior Judicial Magistrate Shoib Uddin Khan.
The PULA members paid tributes to the martyred language heros  through placing wreaths at the Shaheed Minar.
Former President of PULA Adv Md. Imran, Joint Secretary Adv Shuvashish Sharma, Organising Secretary Adv Asifa Sultana, Office Secretary Adv Sakib Bin Sarwar, Cultural Secretary Adv Moinul Hossain Sohel, member Gazi Md Irfan, Lenin Marma, Adv Rakibuddin Jalal Fahim, Adv Mujibur Rahman and other PULA members among others were present on the occasion
Another report adds : In observance of the International Mother Language Day and Amar Ekushey, Bangladesh Homeopathic Parishad, Chittagong District  Unit  arranged   a discussion meeting at BAHOP Office premises in city with its President Prof Dr Debratha Bhattachariya in the chair.
Divisional Govt representative of Bangladesh Homeopathy Board Dr.Saleh Ahmed Suleman was present  as Chief Guest.
Vice President of BAHOP Alhaj Dr. Saleh Jahangir was the key speaker in it. Vice President BAHOP, Chittagong Dr. Sadhan Chandra Paul, central leader Ln Dr.Pranab Ranjan were present as special guests. General secretary of  Chittagong Unit Dr.Enamul Hoque conducted discussions as moderator.
The chief guest in his brief deliverations expressed proudness  over celebrating the International Mother Language Day across the world as the people of Bangaldesh demanded Bangla as state language of the erstwhile Pakistan and the sacrificed their lives for  Bangla Language Movement on 21 February, 1952. He stressed the need for   introducing   Bangla language  in all   respects. He urged the govt to introduce Bengali  in every spheres of Govt  offices.

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