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International Mother Language Day to be Observed in Tripura

  by NEWSNER , 2021-02-17 19:05:54

International Mother Language Day to be Observed in Tripura

The government is making detailed arrangements to properly celebrate the international mother language day on February 21. it had been on today that an outsized number of scholars in erstwhile East Pakistan-now Bangladesh- had laid down their lives in Dhaka within the course of agitation to press for acceptance of Bengali because of the state language in undivided Pakistan. During the primary term as prime minister of Bangladesh in 1996-2001, Sheikh Hasina had 21st February recognized as Mother Language Day by the UNO and its celebration worldwide.


This year the government of Tripura has arranged to celebrate the day through a politician government programme run Rabinda Shata Varshiki Bhawan at 8-00 AM. Under the stewardship of Department of Education and therefore the ICA department a vibrant rally will start from Rabindra Shata Varshiki Bhawan and march ahead by the Maharani Tulsivati Girls higher lyceum, Kamam Chaumuhuni, Post Office Chaumuhuni, old RMS Chaumuhuni and return to the Bhawan. The Bangladesh assistant high commissioner's office will actively participate in the programme. a vibrant tableau is going to be taken a call at the rally showing different aspects of state' life and society.


The main programme of the day will come off in Hall No-1 of the Rabindra Shata Varshiki Bhawan under the presidentship of minister for education Ratan Lal Nath. The eminent other guests within the programme are going to be the chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb, revenue minister Narendra Chandra Debbarma as guests of honour. The assistant diplomat of Bangladesh Md Zubayed Hassan and commissioner of the Department of Education Soumya Gupta also will attend the programme.


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