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President stresses for good governance

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The President extended thanks to the officials of the Election Commission, officials of Public Administration, the Armed Forces and the personnel of the law enforcement agencies for their roles in conducting the eleventh parliamentary election in a free, fare and impartial manner.
President Abdul Hamid expressed his thanks while inaugurating the eleventh parliament with a long and substantial speech on Thursday. 
On this occasion, President Abdul Hamid also congratulated Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for being elected the country’s premier for the fourth time. He conveyed best wishes to the newly elected Members of Parliament and congratulated Speaker of the parliament Dr. Shirin Sharmin Choudhury. 
He recalled Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and also commemorated the four national leaders-Syed Nazrul Islam, Tajuddin Ahmed, M Mansur Ali and AHM Quamruzzaman.
He expressed his grief at the death of former Public Administration Minister Syed Ashraful Islam. Abdul Hamid paid respect to the martyrs who laid down their lives at different times of Bangladesh’s history like the Language Movement of 1952 and the Liberation War of 1971. He paid honor to leaders like Sher-E-Bangla AK Fazlul Haque, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrwardy and Moulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhasani for their contribution to the establishment of the rights of the people of Bangladesh.
Abdul Hamid expressed his condolence at the deaths of the victims of the killings that took place on 15 August 1975 in which Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most of his family members were assassinated.
He felicitated the government for the broad magnitude of development Bangladesh gained during last several years. He also complimented the government for acquiring the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and offered his best wishes to the government for succeeding with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). He extended his best wishes for the successful implementation of Vision 2021 and Vision 2041 too.
Abdul Hamid said that Anti Corruption Commission has been strengthened to uproot graft and irregularities from Bangladesh. National Human Rights Commission and Information Commission have been constituted to make good governance and accountability prevail in the country. He further said that the settlement of marine boundary with India and Myanmar is a milestone achievement for Bangladesh. All concerned should pay special attention to ensure good governance and citizen service, President Abdul Hamid emphatically stated in his speech.
Abdul Hamid admired the economic situation of Bangladesh and expressed hope that the country would continue to move forward. He expressed satisfaction over the implementation process of the development programs. He laid emphasis on the precise materialization of planning and development for all out growth of Bangladesh. Abdul Hamid talked about investment, industry and trades in his parliamentary address. He made references to employment and labor welfare as well.
He said that expatriate Bangladeshis send valuable remittances to the country. He urged the authorities concerned to take special care of Bangladeshi employees living overseas to look after their welfare. Bangladesh Bank is providing loans to farmers with only 4% interest rate to boost food production in the country. Digital Agriculture or E-Agriculture has been introduced to speed up the activities of the agricultural sector.
President Abdul Hamid said that Bangladesh continues its successful diplomatic efforts for international initiatives to combat climate change as well as to recover its compensation for the damages caused by climatic disorder. The government has taken up strong measures to encourage people of the country to preserve the natural environment. At the same time the environmental laws are being applied properly.
Eleven continuous air quality monitoring stations (CAMS) have been established throughout the country to monitor air quality and to fight air pollutants. The President emphasized proper disaster management and taking care of land and water resources of Bangladesh.
Abdul Hamid said that sports and youth development are vital for building up an efficient young generation. He laid emphasis on generating young entrepreneurs and young leaders to drive Bangladesh forward in days to come. He stated that communal harmony and religious values are important to retain peace and stability all over Bangladesh. He asserted that the government is determined to make equal rights and opportunities for people of all religions. He told the audiences that during last ten years all religious festivals of the Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Christians and others were celebrated peacefully and solemnly.
President Abdul Hamid laid emphasis on the prevalence of quality education in all institutions throughout the country. He added that the government’s commitment to build ‘Digital Bangladesh’ has been on course to be fulfilled for last ten years. Massive electrification has been materialized across Bangladesh and the government is committed to ensure quality and uninterrupted electric facility among all by 2020, Abdul Hamid remarked.
The Roads, Transports and Highways Division (RTHD) has been working consistently to improve the socio-economic conditions of the people through development, expansion and maintenance of the highway network. Different infrastructural projects are going on in full swing including the Padma Bridge and Metro Rail, he commented.
The President said that the present government conducts its diplomacy successfully worldwide. He urged all people of the country including politicians to uphold the spirit of the Liberation War of 1971. Abdul Hamid referred to different monetary and social benefits the present government has been giving to the freedom fighters.
While concluding, the President said that “We all desire a safe, vibrant, happy, beautiful, prosperous and developed Bangladesh for our next generation.” He called upon all citizens of the country to work wholeheartedly for the all out betterment of the nation. He ended his speech saying, “We have unfathomable debts to the millions of martyrs of 1971. Let us honour the immeasurable sacrifice of their blood by expediting the nation’s democratic process and socio-economic development.”

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Special Correspondent
 
The President extended thanks to the officials of the Election Commission, officials of Public Administration, the Armed Forces and the personnel of the law enforcement agencies for their roles in conducting the eleventh parliamentary election in a free, fare and impartial manner.
President Abdul Hamid expressed his thanks while inaugurating the eleventh parliament with a long and substantial speech on Thursday. 
On this occasion, President Abdul Hamid also congratulated Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for being elected the country’s premier for the fourth time. He conveyed best wishes to the newly elected Members of Parliament and congratulated Speaker of the parliament Dr. Shirin Sharmin Choudhury. 
He recalled Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and also commemorated the four national leaders-Syed Nazrul Islam, Tajuddin Ahmed, M Mansur Ali and AHM Quamruzzaman.
He expressed his grief at the death of former Public Administration Minister Syed Ashraful Islam. Abdul Hamid paid respect to the martyrs who laid down their lives at different times of Bangladesh’s history like the Language Movement of 1952 and the Liberation War of 1971. He paid honor to leaders like Sher-E-Bangla AK Fazlul Haque, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrwardy and Moulana Abdul Hamid Khan Bhasani for their contribution to the establishment of the rights of the people of Bangladesh.
Abdul Hamid expressed his condolence at the deaths of the victims of the killings that took place on 15 August 1975 in which Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most of his family members were assassinated.
He felicitated the government for the broad magnitude of development Bangladesh gained during last several years. He also complimented the government for acquiring the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and offered his best wishes to the government for succeeding with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). He extended his best wishes for the successful implementation of Vision 2021 and Vision 2041 too.
Abdul Hamid said that Anti Corruption Commission has been strengthened to uproot graft and irregularities from Bangladesh. National Human Rights Commission and Information Commission have been constituted to make good governance and accountability prevail in the country. He further said that the settlement of marine boundary with India and Myanmar is a milestone achievement for Bangladesh. All concerned should pay special attention to ensure good governance and citizen service, President Abdul Hamid emphatically stated in his speech.
Abdul Hamid admired the economic situation of Bangladesh and expressed hope that the country would continue to move forward. He expressed satisfaction over the implementation process of the development programs. He laid emphasis on the precise materialization of planning and development for all out growth of Bangladesh. Abdul Hamid talked about investment, industry and trades in his parliamentary address. He made references to employment and labor welfare as well.
He said that expatriate Bangladeshis send valuable remittances to the country. He urged the authorities concerned to take special care of Bangladeshi employees living overseas to look after their welfare. Bangladesh Bank is providing loans to farmers with only 4% interest rate to boost food production in the country. Digital Agriculture or E-Agriculture has been introduced to speed up the activities of the agricultural sector.
President Abdul Hamid said that Bangladesh continues its successful diplomatic efforts for international initiatives to combat climate change as well as to recover its compensation for the damages caused by climatic disorder. The government has taken up strong measures to encourage people of the country to preserve the natural environment. At the same time the environmental laws are being applied properly.
Eleven continuous air quality monitoring stations (CAMS) have been established throughout the country to monitor air quality and to fight air pollutants. The President emphasized proper disaster management and taking care of land and water resources of Bangladesh.
Abdul Hamid said that sports and youth development are vital for building up an efficient young generation. He laid emphasis on generating young entrepreneurs and young leaders to drive Bangladesh forward in days to come. He stated that communal harmony and religious values are important to retain peace and stability all over Bangladesh. He asserted that the government is determined to make equal rights and opportunities for people of all religions. He told the audiences that during last ten years all religious festivals of the Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Christians and others were celebrated peacefully and solemnly.
President Abdul Hamid laid emphasis on the prevalence of quality education in all institutions throughout the country. He added that the government’s commitment to build ‘Digital Bangladesh’ has been on course to be fulfilled for last ten years. Massive electrification has been materialized across Bangladesh and the government is committed to ensure quality and uninterrupted electric facility among all by 2020, Abdul Hamid remarked.
The Roads, Transports and Highways Division (RTHD) has been working consistently to improve the socio-economic conditions of the people through development, expansion and maintenance of the highway network. Different infrastructural projects are going on in full swing including the Padma Bridge and Metro Rail, he commented.
The President said that the present government conducts its diplomacy successfully worldwide. He urged all people of the country including politicians to uphold the spirit of the Liberation War of 1971. Abdul Hamid referred to different monetary and social benefits the present government has been giving to the freedom fighters.
While concluding, the President said that “We all desire a safe, vibrant, happy, beautiful, prosperous and developed Bangladesh for our next generation.” He called upon all citizens of the country to work wholeheartedly for the all out betterment of the nation. He ended his speech saying, “We have unfathomable debts to the millions of martyrs of 1971. Let us honour the immeasurable sacrifice of their blood by expediting the nation’s democratic process and socio-economic development.”

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BNP demands reelection to establish ‘pro-people govt’

BNP leader Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir speaking at a human chain in front of National Press Club on Wednesday.
Special Correspondent
 
BNP once again demanded reelection under a neutral administration to establish a ‘pro-people’ government. 
BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir made the demand at a human chain in front of the National Press Club on Wednesday protesting the start of the maiden session of the new Parliament.
Reiterating that the current parliament has not been formed with people’s mandate, Mirza Fakhrul said, “Awami league established a one-party rule in 1975 annihilating democracy. In the same style, they’ve now formed a government and parliament without people’s mandate by snatching people’s all the basic rights destroying democratic institutions using state machinery and resorting to terrorism to restore its one-party rule.”
He further said, “We turn down the election results just after the voting. Today, we renew our demand for reelection annulling the election results so that a government and parliament can be formed with people’s verdict.” Fakhrul alleged that the new parliament was formed through a ‘fake’ election on December 30 where law enforcers indulged in ‘vote robbery by snatching people’s voting rights’. 
He said their party’s thousands of leaders and activists were kept away from the election by arresting them before the polls. “They (AL) have cemented all conspiracies to turn the country into a failed state by annihilating democracy and snatching people’s rights by creating an awful situation.”
The BNP leader also alleged that their party chairperson Khaleda Zia was sent to jail convicting her in a ‘false’ case ahead of the election. He demanded the government immediately release Khaleda and other arrested party leaders and activists from jail.
Fakhrul also called people of all walks of life irrespective of their political belief and opinion to get united to protect people’s voting and other rights, and form a new government through holding a credible election. 
BNP standing committee member Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain said the government and the Election Commission announced the names of so-called MPs through a plot on December 30 instead of holding a credible election. “The current parliament is illegal as it was not formed with people’s mandate. This is a so-called and stigmatized parliament. This is a parliament of vote robbery,” he observed.
The BNP leader demanded a fresh delectation as their party does not accept the current parliament. BNP standing committee member Moudud Ahmed said they have got stunned and surprised as the way the December-30 election was held. “We never expected to watch such an election.”
Mentioning that they have already turned down the election results, he demanded that a fresh and fair election be held immediately under a neutral government.
The BNP leader also urged the government to quit revoking the new parliament. “Let’s wage a united movement to restore democracy in Bangladesh through holding a fresh election by the next six months.” Another BNP standing committee member Dr Abdul Moyeen Khan said the MPs of the current parliament are not people’s representatives as they were bade MPs through ‘fake’ votes.
He alleged that the current parliament was formed through ‘vote terrorism’ unleashed by police and administration.Leaders and followers of the party formed the human chain around 10:30 am in front of the Jatiya Press Club, 30 minutes before the scheduled time. The program ended around 11:56 am.
They chanted various slogans demanding reelection and the release of their chairperson Khaleda Zia from jail. It was the first political program of BNP after the party’s drubbing in the December-30 election. But the presence of party leaders and activists were thinner at the human chain compared to other such programs it arranged before the polls. 
Meanwhile, a huge number of law enforcers were deployed around the Jatiya Press Club to fend off any possible trouble, but no one was arrested from the program.

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BNP leader Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir speaking at a human chain in front of National Press Club on Wednesday.
Special Correspondent
 
BNP once again demanded reelection under a neutral administration to establish a ‘pro-people’ government. 
BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir made the demand at a human chain in front of the National Press Club on Wednesday protesting the start of the maiden session of the new Parliament.
Reiterating that the current parliament has not been formed with people’s mandate, Mirza Fakhrul said, “Awami league established a one-party rule in 1975 annihilating democracy. In the same style, they’ve now formed a government and parliament without people’s mandate by snatching people’s all the basic rights destroying democratic institutions using state machinery and resorting to terrorism to restore its one-party rule.”
He further said, “We turn down the election results just after the voting. Today, we renew our demand for reelection annulling the election results so that a government and parliament can be formed with people’s verdict.” Fakhrul alleged that the new parliament was formed through a ‘fake’ election on December 30 where law enforcers indulged in ‘vote robbery by snatching people’s voting rights’. 
He said their party’s thousands of leaders and activists were kept away from the election by arresting them before the polls. “They (AL) have cemented all conspiracies to turn the country into a failed state by annihilating democracy and snatching people’s rights by creating an awful situation.”
The BNP leader also alleged that their party chairperson Khaleda Zia was sent to jail convicting her in a ‘false’ case ahead of the election. He demanded the government immediately release Khaleda and other arrested party leaders and activists from jail.
Fakhrul also called people of all walks of life irrespective of their political belief and opinion to get united to protect people’s voting and other rights, and form a new government through holding a credible election. 
BNP standing committee member Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain said the government and the Election Commission announced the names of so-called MPs through a plot on December 30 instead of holding a credible election. “The current parliament is illegal as it was not formed with people’s mandate. This is a so-called and stigmatized parliament. This is a parliament of vote robbery,” he observed.
The BNP leader demanded a fresh delectation as their party does not accept the current parliament. BNP standing committee member Moudud Ahmed said they have got stunned and surprised as the way the December-30 election was held. “We never expected to watch such an election.”
Mentioning that they have already turned down the election results, he demanded that a fresh and fair election be held immediately under a neutral government.
The BNP leader also urged the government to quit revoking the new parliament. “Let’s wage a united movement to restore democracy in Bangladesh through holding a fresh election by the next six months.” Another BNP standing committee member Dr Abdul Moyeen Khan said the MPs of the current parliament are not people’s representatives as they were bade MPs through ‘fake’ votes.
He alleged that the current parliament was formed through ‘vote terrorism’ unleashed by police and administration.Leaders and followers of the party formed the human chain around 10:30 am in front of the Jatiya Press Club, 30 minutes before the scheduled time. The program ended around 11:56 am.
They chanted various slogans demanding reelection and the release of their chairperson Khaleda Zia from jail. It was the first political program of BNP after the party’s drubbing in the December-30 election. But the presence of party leaders and activists were thinner at the human chain compared to other such programs it arranged before the polls. 
Meanwhile, a huge number of law enforcers were deployed around the Jatiya Press Club to fend off any possible trouble, but no one was arrested from the program.

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Dr. Khashruzzaman Choudhury’s Sixth death anniversary

The sixth death anniversary of Dr. Khashruzzaman Choudhury a recipient of Swadhinata Padak (Posthumous), will be observed on February 4, says a press release . 
He passed away on 4th February, 2013 at his residence Baton Rouge in Louisiana state, USA. He left his wife Professor Tahmina Zaman, son, daughter, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, grand children’s, relatives and many well-wishers to mourn his death. 
His family members have requested all his friends and well-wishers to pray for his departed soul.
Dr. Khashruzzaman Choudhury, a member of the erstwhile Civil Service of Pakistan(CSP) cadre, organised freedom fighters during the Liberation War in 1971 in Kishoreganj where he was serving as the Sub-Divisional Officer(SDO).
Later he joined the Home Ministry of the Mujibnagar Government as Deputy Secretary. After independence , he was appointed the Deputy Commissioner of Mymensingh District. He was the first Secretary of the UNESCO Bangladesh Commission while he was serving as Deputy Secretary, Education Ministry, Bangladesh Government.
After obtaining Master’s degree from the Kennedy School of Government, Havard University, USA, he received his Doctoral degree in Economics from Syracuse 
University , Upstate New York and served as the Professor of Economics in Southern Universities at Baton Rouge in Louisiana state, USA.
Dr. Khashruzzaman Choudhury was the author of Text books of Economics. He contributed articles in Bengali and English in different journals at home and abroad. He published books on short stories, poetry, rhyme, humor and traveling. He wrote few books with his co-author Tahmina Zaman. He wrote his first two books with his co-author Dr. Mizanur Rahman Shelley, he was only 24years old, the name of the books were “Pakistan Affairs” and “Current Affairs”
The historical record of the Liberation War of Bangladesh, titled “The Turbulent 1971: my Diary” written by Dr. Khashruzzaman Choudhury is going to be published this year.

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The sixth death anniversary of Dr. Khashruzzaman Choudhury a recipient of Swadhinata Padak (Posthumous), will be observed on February 4, says a press release . 
He passed away on 4th February, 2013 at his residence Baton Rouge in Louisiana state, USA. He left his wife Professor Tahmina Zaman, son, daughter, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, grand children’s, relatives and many well-wishers to mourn his death. 
His family members have requested all his friends and well-wishers to pray for his departed soul.
Dr. Khashruzzaman Choudhury, a member of the erstwhile Civil Service of Pakistan(CSP) cadre, organised freedom fighters during the Liberation War in 1971 in Kishoreganj where he was serving as the Sub-Divisional Officer(SDO).
Later he joined the Home Ministry of the Mujibnagar Government as Deputy Secretary. After independence , he was appointed the Deputy Commissioner of Mymensingh District. He was the first Secretary of the UNESCO Bangladesh Commission while he was serving as Deputy Secretary, Education Ministry, Bangladesh Government.
After obtaining Master’s degree from the Kennedy School of Government, Havard University, USA, he received his Doctoral degree in Economics from Syracuse 
University , Upstate New York and served as the Professor of Economics in Southern Universities at Baton Rouge in Louisiana state, USA.
Dr. Khashruzzaman Choudhury was the author of Text books of Economics. He contributed articles in Bengali and English in different journals at home and abroad. He published books on short stories, poetry, rhyme, humor and traveling. He wrote few books with his co-author Tahmina Zaman. He wrote his first two books with his co-author Dr. Mizanur Rahman Shelley, he was only 24years old, the name of the books were “Pakistan Affairs” and “Current Affairs”
The historical record of the Liberation War of Bangladesh, titled “The Turbulent 1971: my Diary” written by Dr. Khashruzzaman Choudhury is going to be published this year.

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No obstacle will be created in the Parliament: PM

Special Correspondent
 
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina assured that the opposition will be able to make enough criticisms of the government as no obstacle will be created to this end. Criticism is important in a democratic process, she added.
She said: “We give assurance that our opposition parties will be able to make criticisms if needed. We won’t create any obstacle to criticism of the government. We neither did it in the past nor will in the future.”
The premier gave the assurance taking floor in the first sitting of the opening session of the 11th Parliament on Wednesday to greet newly-elected Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury and Deputy Speaker Fazle Rabbi Miah. 
As the leader of the House it’s my responsibility to oversee the rights of all the MPs, while you, as the Speaker, will make sure that the treasury and opposition bench MPs can avail of equal opportunities in Parliament, she said pointing at the Speaker.
We’ll extend all sorts of cooperation to you in this regard, the Prime Minister said. Sheikh Hasina said the people of the country have regained the trust and confidence in the government as the previous parliament was run in a good manner. She said her government has been able to maintain the continuation of a democratic process overcoming many obstacles.
The people of the country, including women and young voters, participated spontaneously in the election this time, she said adding, this parliament was formed through a successful election. Saying that democracy takes the country towards prosperity, the Prime Minister said it has been proved right in the case of Bangladesh.
Hasina said her government’s goal is to build Bangladesh a developed and prosperous country as well as to ensure peace and security of the people by making the society free from militancy-, drug, and corruption.

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Special Correspondent
 
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina assured that the opposition will be able to make enough criticisms of the government as no obstacle will be created to this end. Criticism is important in a democratic process, she added.
She said: “We give assurance that our opposition parties will be able to make criticisms if needed. We won’t create any obstacle to criticism of the government. We neither did it in the past nor will in the future.”
The premier gave the assurance taking floor in the first sitting of the opening session of the 11th Parliament on Wednesday to greet newly-elected Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury and Deputy Speaker Fazle Rabbi Miah. 
As the leader of the House it’s my responsibility to oversee the rights of all the MPs, while you, as the Speaker, will make sure that the treasury and opposition bench MPs can avail of equal opportunities in Parliament, she said pointing at the Speaker.
We’ll extend all sorts of cooperation to you in this regard, the Prime Minister said. Sheikh Hasina said the people of the country have regained the trust and confidence in the government as the previous parliament was run in a good manner. She said her government has been able to maintain the continuation of a democratic process overcoming many obstacles.
The people of the country, including women and young voters, participated spontaneously in the election this time, she said adding, this parliament was formed through a successful election. Saying that democracy takes the country towards prosperity, the Prime Minister said it has been proved right in the case of Bangladesh.
Hasina said her government’s goal is to build Bangladesh a developed and prosperous country as well as to ensure peace and security of the people by making the society free from militancy-, drug, and corruption.

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14th Death Anniversary of Dr. M.A. Aziz  observed
Dr. M.A. Aziz Memorial Council in Chittagong  observed  the  14th death anniversary of  noted   environment Scientist, Dr. M.A.  on 17th January 2019.
In this connection two days of program  was  organized  in Chattogram city  and his  ancestral  hous in  Dohar of Dhaka .
Accordingly on 16th January 2019 a Milad and Doa Mahfil was held at Hotel Agrabad after Asar prayer seeking blessing of almighty Allah for the peace of his soul and tabruk was distributed after the milad. 
On 17th January 2019 Milad and Doa Mahfil was held at  the Mazar of Hzt. Amir Ali Shah after Zohaor prayer seeking blessing of his soul and cooked food was distributed among the poors and less privileged people.
Another session  of    Milad and Doa Mahfil was held after Asar prayer at the Kadam Mubarak Mosque close  to  Mazar of Dr. M.A. Aziz .  Tabruk was  also  distributed after milad.
In Dhaka, Milad and Doa Mahfil held at ‘Professor M.A. Aziz Ideal School’ established by him after Zohor prayer and also at Dr. M.A. Aziz’s wife Saleha Aziz,s Joypara, residence after Asar prayer respectively. 
Close  relatives, friends and  well-wishers of his family attended those programs. 
DR MA Aziz served  as  a   Professor of Dhaka Engineering College & Singapore National University.

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Dr. M.A. Aziz Memorial Council in Chittagong  observed  the  14th death anniversary of  noted   environment Scientist, Dr. M.A.  on 17th January 2019.
In this connection two days of program  was  organized  in Chattogram city  and his  ancestral  hous in  Dohar of Dhaka .
Accordingly on 16th January 2019 a Milad and Doa Mahfil was held at Hotel Agrabad after Asar prayer seeking blessing of almighty Allah for the peace of his soul and tabruk was distributed after the milad. 
On 17th January 2019 Milad and Doa Mahfil was held at  the Mazar of Hzt. Amir Ali Shah after Zohaor prayer seeking blessing of his soul and cooked food was distributed among the poors and less privileged people.
Another session  of    Milad and Doa Mahfil was held after Asar prayer at the Kadam Mubarak Mosque close  to  Mazar of Dr. M.A. Aziz .  Tabruk was  also  distributed after milad.
In Dhaka, Milad and Doa Mahfil held at ‘Professor M.A. Aziz Ideal School’ established by him after Zohor prayer and also at Dr. M.A. Aziz’s wife Saleha Aziz,s Joypara, residence after Asar prayer respectively. 
Close  relatives, friends and  well-wishers of his family attended those programs. 
DR MA Aziz served  as  a   Professor of Dhaka Engineering College & Singapore National University.

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