Netrakona Free Day observed with tributes to martyred freedom fighters
Netrakona Free Day was celebrated with humble tributes to the martyred freedom fighters and a bright pledge to build a smart Bangladesh free from terrorism, militancy, hunger and poverty.
On the occasion of Netrakona Liberation Day, a colorful rally was organized by the district administration and Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad district unit command at 9:30 am on Saturday morning from the district Muktijoddha Sangsad premises. The rally circled the main main road of the district city and ended at the collectorate premises.
Deputy Commissioner Shahed Parvez inaugurated the Independence Day program by blowing balloons in the collectorate premises at 10 am. Later, wreaths were placed at the 'Generation Oath' sculpture built in memory of the martyred freedom fighters.
First, district administration led by Deputy Commissioner Shahed Parvez, Member of Parliament for reserved women's seat Habiba Rahman Khan Shefali, District Awami League President Bir Muktijodha Advocate Amirul Islam and General Secretary Advocate Shamchur Rahman Liton led the District Awami League, Zilla Parishad Chairman Bir Muktijodha and 75's resistance fighter.
Advocate Asit Kumar Sarkar Sajal, District Freedom Fighters Sangsad led by former commander of District Freedom Fighters Sangsad Nurul Amin, District Police led by Superintendent of Police Faiz Ahmed, Municipal Council led by Mayor Alhaj Nazrul Islam Khan, Upazila Parishad Chairman Alhaj Ataur Rahman Manik led Sadar Upazila Parishad, Sadar Upazila Parishad Upazila Administration under the leadership of Executive Officer Tanya Tabassum, Commanders Forum led by Netrakona Sector Commanders' Forum Muktijoddha-71 Md Shamchujjoha, Vice President Hero Muktijodha Haider Jahan Chowdhury and Editor Advocate Sitanshu Bikas Acharya, Sadar Upazila Muktijoddha Sangsad led by Ayub Ali, Under the leadership of District Commandant Golam Maula Tuhin, Ansar VDP, Fire Service, Scouts, various public and private institutions and various social and cultural leaders offered wreaths.
At 10:30 a.m., a discussion meeting and cultural program was held at the local public hall highlighting the importance of the day.