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General Secretary of Bangladesh Paribesh Andolon Abdul Matin speaking at a prèss conference on 'Recent Efforts of the Government in Recovering Rivers: Reality of Old Buriganga and Sonai Rivers' organised by andolon at the Jatiya Press Club on Friday.

15 June 2019
General Secretary of Bangladesh Paribesh Andolon Abdul Matin speaking at a prèss conference on 'Recent Efforts of the Government in Recovering Rivers: Reality of Old Buriganga and Sonai Rivers' organised by andolon at the Jatiya Press Club on Friday.

General Secretary of Bangladesh Paribesh Andolon Abdul Matin speaking at a prèss conference on \'Recent Efforts of the Government in Recovering Rivers: Reality of Old Buriganga and Sonai Rivers\' organised by andolon at the Jatiya Press Club on Friday.


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