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‘Shelter will restore lost culture’

Md Magem Ali
September 20, 2021 11:32 am
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Srimangal (Moulvibazar) Representative.
Chief Secretary to the Prime Minister. “Later in Western culture, we are now accustomed to living alone,” said Ahmed Kaikaus. And we have seen before that in the afternoon, everyone would sit together and laugh, play and talk and the boys and girls would spend time. People had friendly relations. There was sympathy for each other. Such a wonderful environment has been created here. Happiness does not come when you build big buildings. Happiness comes in affection, in friendship, happiness comes in family ties. If we can continue working on this asylum project, we will be able to restore the lost culture of Bangladesh. We will only be successful if those who live here can maintain this environment.

He said this while inspecting the shelter project at Maijdihi hill in Srimangal of Moulvibazar on Sunday. Sylhet Divisional Commissioner was with him at the time. Mashiur Rahman, Deputy Commissioner Mir Nahid Ahsan, District Superintendent of Police Mohammad Zakaria, Upazila Executive Officer Nazrul Islam, Upazila Assistant Commissioner (Land). Nesar Uddin and others.

The Chief Secretary further said that the Asrayan project is a huge dream journey of the Prime Minister. Nowhere else in the history of the world is the government giving free houses and land. It is rare in the world. Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated areas in the world. The Prime Minister has come up with the concept of separate land and separate house with infinite courage. The way Bangabandhu dreamed of an independent golden Bengal. The Prime Minister has created a model of how to uplift the grassroots people of the country. We are the charioteers of this work.