Grassroots people took to Facebook to greet the Awami League (AL) on its 73rd founding anniversary and expressed their gratitude towards Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina by sending short messages and audio-visuals.
A handful of selected audio-visuals were shared on the verified Facebook account of Awami League.
On May 20, the ruling party's official Facebook page invited greetings from people to mark its founding anniversary.
From Rangpur's Chadmapuskorini, more than 10 female footballers made it to the national level of the game. They lacked opportunities and a playground.
Standing in front of the Chadmapuskorini mini-stadium, Md Milon Mia, coach of the AFC Female Football Team said, "This mini-stadium is for female footballers in Chadmapuskorini. Sports enthusiasts, as well as people from all walks of life, are happy with this gift of the prime minister."
"Ten to twelve female footballers are now playing for the national team under different age groups. The prime minister donated Tk10 lakh for female footballers and transformed this area."
Shahab Uddin Shihab, a Patuakhali Medical College student, said, "This medical college in Patuakhali was an earnest demand of the people of this area and 60 lakh people of southern Bangladesh."
"On February 25, 2012, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, while addressing a gathering, announced the establishment of Patuakhali Medical College to ensure people's access to healthcare. Then it was established as the country's 24th medical college."
Female entrepreneur Mosammat Dilruba of Rangpur Sadar's UDDC said, "As a female entrepreneur, I thank Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. UDDC is the epitome of her initiative to digitalise Bangladesh."
"Poor rural women make wonderful products such as Nakshi Kantha. We take photos of their works and send them to Platform 101. Customers can pick that up according to their choice."
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