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During the Awami League government,The most development took place in the hilly areas: Minister Bir Bahadur

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Update : Thursday, December 15, 2022

Lutfur Rahman (Uzzal): Minister for Chittagong Hill Tract Affairs Bir Bahadur Ushwe Sing (MP) Said that, highest development Work has taken place in the mountainous areas during the Awami League period.The economic condition of the common people has changed.

He also wished everyone’s cooperation to continue this trend of development of the Awami League government.Minister Bir Bahadur Urged to vote Again for Awami League in the future to ensure the development and progress of the mountainous region.

On Thursday (December 15),Minister Bir Bahadur said these things while appearing as the chief guest at an exchange meeting organized after the inauguration of various development works in Kurikkhong area of ​​Dochhari union of Naikhongchhari Upazila.

Meanwhile Chittagong Hill Development Board Member (Deputy Secretary) Mohammad Harunur Rashid,Additional Deputy Commissioner (Education and ICT) Dr.Sheikh Chadek,Bandarban Hill District Member Laxmi pada Das,Member Mozammel Haque Bahadur,LGED Executive Engineer Mohammad Ziaul Islam Majumdar, Chittagong Hill Tracts Development Board (Bandarban Unit) Executive Engineer Yasir Arafat,Chairman of Naikhongchhari Upazila Parishad Prof.Md.Shafiullah,U.N.O Romen Sharma Was Present On the Occasion.

At the end of the exchange meeting Minister Bir Bahadur distributed solar panels among the locals and winter clothes among the poor and helpless.

Earliar On this day,Various development works worth about Tk 26 crore were inaugurated by Minister for Chittagong Hill Tract Affairs Bir Bahadur Ushwe Sing (MP).
The development works are being financed by the local government department of Bandarban and Chittagong Hill Tracts Development Board (Bandarban Unit).

 


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