President witnesses progress of dev works in Kishoreganj
Publish- September 25, 2018, 04:16 PM
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President Abdul Hamid witnesses the progress of development works of Austagram-Nawga Road in Kishoreganj on Tuesday. Photo: PID
Kishoreganj, Sept 25 (UNB) - President on Tuesday witnessed the progress of development works of Austagram-Nawga and Austagram-Kastul-Banshtala Roads in Kishoreganj.
The under-construction Autagram-Nawga road will connect Chatalpar of Brahmanbaria district through a bridge while Autagram-Kastul-Bhantshala road will connect Itna and Mithamain upazilas.
President’s press secretary Joynal Abedin told UNB that these road development works once completed would facilitate some parts of Kishoreganj’s connectivity with the capital Dhaka and other parts of the country.
He is also scheduled to attend a public gathering at Rastrapati Abdul Hamid Government College Ground, Austagram in the afternoon and exchange views with local elites at Rastrapati Abdul Hamid Auditorium at 7 pm today.
This is the second visit of Abdul Hamid to his village home in the remote area of Kishoreganj after he took oath of office as the country’s President for the second consecutive term on April 24.
The President on Monday opened seven development projects in the upazila and attended a mass reception accorded to him at Austagram upazila parishad playground. He also exchanged views with a cross section of people, including local political leaders and distinguished persons at President Abdul Hamid Auditorium-cum-Community Centre in Austagram upazila in the evening.
The President is scheduled to see Itna-Zila road at 11 am in Itna Upazila on Wednesday. He will address a public meeting at the Freedom Fighter Abdul Haque Government Degree College field at 3 pm on the third day of his visit. He will exchange views with distinguished people at Rastrapati Abdul Hamid Auditorium in Itna.
On Thursday, he will visit some development works at Mithamain Upazila at 12 noon. In the afternoon, he will attend Golden Jubilee programme of Hazi Tayeb Uddin School at 3 pm. He will stay at his own home in the night.
On Friday, President Hamid will say Jumma prayers at the mosque adjoining his ancestral home at Kamalpur village in Mithamain Upazila. After the prayers, he will offer Fateha at the graves of his father Md Tayebuddin and mother Tomiza Khatun in front of the mosque.
The President is due to return to Dhaka on Friday afternoon.