Hon’ble Chief Secretary to the Prime Minister has visited the site of construction of the first Liberation War Memorial and Museum in Chittagong, which has been desired by the heroic freedom fighters for a long time. Ahmed Kaikaus.
Leaders of Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad Chittagong Metropolitan Unit Command, District Command and Muktijoddha Sangsad Sontan Command Metropolitan Committee paid a courtesy call on the Chief Secretary with books and flowers of the Great Liberation War.
Secretary of the Ministry of Culture Md. Abul Mansur, Director General of the Museum Khandaker Mostafizur Rahman, Chief Executive Officer of Bangladesh Tourism Board Jabed Ahmed, Chittagong Divisional Commissioner Md. Kamrul Hasan NDC, Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Mominur Rahman, International Crimes Tribunal Unit Commander of Mahanagar Muktijoddha Sangsad Bir Muktijoddha Mozaffar Ahmed, Deputy Commander Bir Muktijoddha Shahidul Haque Chowdhury Syed, Assistant Commander Bir Muktijoddha Sadhan Chandra Biswas, Assistant Commander of District Sangsad Bir Muktijoddha Abdur Razzak, Former Assistant Commander Bir Hossain Zar Freedom Fighter Salim Ullah, Deputy Commander Md. Nur Uddin, Prominent Poet and Essayist Abul Momen, Wartime Commander Bir Muktijoddha Mohammad Hossain, War Wounded Freedom Fighter Mohammad Ishaq, Bir Muktijoddha Mohammad Alauddin, Bir Muktijoddha Mohammad Akter Uddin, Bir Muktijoddha Mohammad Akter Children Kazi Muhammad Rajish Imran, Mizanur Rahman Sajib, Hasan Md. Abu Hannan and others.
Chief Secretary to the Prime Minister while inspecting the site of the Liberation War Memorial. Ahmed Kaikaus said the first Liberation War Memorial and Museum in Chittagong is going to be built on a 29-acre land in North Kattli on the Bay of Bengal. If all goes well, the design of the project will be sent to the Prime Minister’s Office within the next one month. This is the Prime Minister’s attempt to highlight the story of the people of Chittagong in the war of liberation. The Prime Minister will lay the foundation stone of the tunnel under construction at the bottom of Karnafuli river.
“I have talked to the Prime Minister about this and now we have seen the place first hand,” he said. The place looks very nice, beautiful and preferred. The contribution of the people of Chittagong in the great war of liberation is one of them. There are many slaughterhouses including the historical wireless of Bangabandhu, the coordinator of the Eastern Zone, the late Alhaj Zahur Ahmad Chowdhury, the late MA Aziz, the Pahartali massacre site.
As such, the region has a special significance. The history of this region. The new generation must be informed of this. Hopefully, if the Liberation War Memorial and Museum are built here in a very short time, the area will become more aesthetic. The Hon’ble Prime Minister will be informed about this.
Meanwhile, the Hon’ble Prime Minister, Chief Secretary to the Prime Minister, Ministry of Liberation War Affairs, Secretary of the Ministry of Culture, Chief Executive Officer of Bangladesh Tourism Board, Chittagong Divisional Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner on behalf of Chittagong Metropolitan and District Freedom Fighters Parliament Commander Mozaffar Ahmed expressed gratitude.