President M Abdul Hamid
President M Abdul Hamid on Tuesday witnessed the progress of the construction work of Mithamoin Cantonment in Kishoreganj. Engineer-in-Chief (E-n-C) Major General Md Jubayer Salehin along with some high military officers welcomed the President on his arrival in project area under Mithamoin upazila of the district, Later, a brief discussion was held regarding the construction work. The president planted a banyan sapling there. President Hamid, also the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces, witnessed the 275-acre cantonment area and the Abdul Hamid Polli adjacent to it. Read: President going to home district for four days
President M Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday paid tributes to Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at Tungipara in Gopalganj on the occasion of his 102nd birth anniversary and the National Children’s Day-2022. The president and the prime minister paid their homage by placing wreaths at the mausoleum of Bangabandhu at Tungipara. President Hamid first laid a wreath at the Bangabandhu’s mausoleum, followed by prime minister Hasina. Read: Remembering Bangabandhu on his 102nd birth anniversary
Lailatul Qadr or Shab-e-Qadr, the holiest and most blessed night for Muslims, was observed across the country on Sunday with due solemnity and religious fervour. Muslim devotees spent the night seeking divine blessings for peace and progress of the country as well as the Muslim Ummah. According to the holy Quran, this is superior to 1,000 nights as the Quran was revealed to greatest Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) in this glorified night to show mankind the path of worldly and eternal emancipation. Also Read:Largest congregation on Juma'atul Wida held at Hajiganj amid pandemic The devout Muslims passed the night offering special prayers, recitation from the holy Quran, and other religious rituals. President M Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina greeted the countrymen and the Muslim Ummah on the occasion of the Shab-e-Qadr. Bangladesh Television (BTV), Bangladesh Betar and private TV channels and radio stations aired special programmes while newspapers published articles highlighting the significance of the night.