Smart Bangladesh will be developed with the participation of the backward in the society: Speaker
Speaker said that smart Bangladesh will be built through the inclusive participation of all people, including backward women and children. Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury. This plan will be implemented by 2041.
He said these things to reporters at Circuit House after inaugurating the District Administration School on the occasion of the 12-day long Madaripur festival on Friday afternoon. Later in the afternoon, he inaugurated the trade fair organized on the occasion of Madaripur festival at Maulvi Achmat Ali Khan Stadium.
Chief Whip Noor-e-Alam Chowdhury, member of Awami League presidium and Member of Parliament of Madaripur-2 Constituency Shajahan Khan, Member of Parliament of Madaripur-3 Constituency and Publicity and Publication Secretary of Awami League Dr. Abdus Sobhan Golap, Member of Parliament of Tangail Tanveer Ahmed Chhota Monir, Member of Parliament of reserved women’s seat Tahmina Siddique, Madaripur Deputy Commissioner Dr. Rahima Khatun, Madaripur Zila Parishad Chairman Munir Chowdhury, Police Superintendent Masud Alam and Madaripur District Awami League leaders.
The Speaker also said that the southern gate has been opened for the Padma Bridge. Apart from Madaripur, this bridge also connects the remote villages of the southern region with the capital. In every field there is potential for development. Madaripur is the southern gate, development will start from here. Many famous people were born in Madaripur, which is full of memories of Bangabandhu.
He said, through the development festival, the door of Smart Bangladesh has started to open. Sheikh Hasina’s government has been able to reduce the poverty rate from 40 percent to 17 percent. Massive programs are being conducted to change the fortunes of poor people.
For those who are still living below the poverty line, various types of allowances and assistance including poor, education, elderly, widow, disabled, maternity allowance, medical allowance will continue to be prevalent in the future.