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Sheikh Kamal's 71st Birth anniversary today

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Abahani Limited have chalked out various day-long programmes to observe the 71st Birth anniversary of Shaheed Sheikh Kamal, the eldest son of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, today.
The directors and officials of Abahani Club will pay tribute to Sheikh Kamal by placing wreaths on his portrait on the Dhanmondi Abahani Club premises at 12.01 am (early Wednesday) seeking eternal peace of the departed soul of Kamal.
The club will also hold a day-long the Quran recitation and a virtual discussion, and memories on his illustrate career in the afternoon.
A day-long doa-mahfil will be held after Asr prayer there seeking eternal peace of the departed soul of him.
The club in a press release requested all to join the program by maintaining hygiene rules as per the government instruction due to Covid-19 reason.
Meanwhile a supporters' forum of Abahani Ltd "Abahani Samorthok Gosthi" have also chalked out various programmes to observe the 71st Birth anniversary of Shaheed Sheikh Kamal.
To observe the day, Abahani Samorthok Gosthi will pay tribute by placing wreath at portrait of Abahani club founder Sheikh Kamal at 12.1 am today.
Sheikh Kamal was one of the pioneers of modern football in Bangladesh and also founder-president of Abahani Krira Chakra. He used to play cricket in the first division for Azad Boys Club and Basketball too in the first division for Spurs Club.

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