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President remembered the victims of Remal on Eid day

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  17 Jun 2024, 18:51
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Eid-ul-Adha is one of the most important religious festivals of Muslims. So that no one is deprived of the joy of Eid on this day. Recently, the powerful Cyclone Remal has caused extensive damage to coastal areas. Many of them want to but are unable to sacrifice. President Md. Sahabuddin thinks that they are living inhuman life after losing all in the cyclone.

He said, the wealthy people of the society should stand by the poverty-stricken and deprived people of the country, including Palestine.

President made this call in a greeting speech given on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha at the Credential Hall of Bangabhavan on Monday (June 17).

President Md. Sahabuddin said that people in many parts of the world, including Gaza in Palestine, are spending their days in extreme uncertainty with starvation, half-starvation, without treatment and the pain of losing their relatives. We have to think about them too.

On this occasion, he extended his sincere greetings to all Bangladeshis living in the country and abroad.

He said that Eid-ul-Adha instills the spirit of self-sacrifice and teaches tolerance. Along with the animal sacrifice, we are praying to the Almighty Allah that we can avoid corruption, can also avoid envy and hatred by our hearts.

The President also urged everyone to play a responsible role to keep clean the environment around the house after the sacrifice to avoid the spread of mosquitoes and various diseases.

Before this, the president and his wife. Rebeka Sultana exchanged Eid greetings with people from all walks of life at Bangabhaban on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha. Members of the President's family and concerned secretaries of Bangabhaban were present there.


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