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Farewell reception given to UNO Raozan

UNO activities praised by Raozan Press Club

31 May 2022


Raozan Correspondent  :
Raozan Upazila Nirbahi Officer Md. Jonaid Kabir Sohag is a skilled and hardworking Upazila Nirbahi Officer.  He is  praised  for his developmental activities and law and order situation stable in the upazila. . Due to these activities, he has taken place in the minds of the people of Raozan. The speakers made the remarks at a farewell reception organized by the Raozan Press Club on Saturday morning, May 28..
Veteran journalist Sarwar Uddin Ahmed, newly elected President of Raozan Press Club, presided over the function held at the residence of Raozan Upazila Nirbahi Officer.
Former president of Raozan Press Club Jahedul Alam, former president Tayyab Chowdhury, senior vice -president of newly elected committee Nazim Uddin Miaji, vice -president AM Mamunur Rashid, joint general secretary M.A. Didarul Alam, Assistant General Secretary Jahangir Siraj Talukder, Organizing Secretary Rabiul Hossain Robi, Finance Secretary KM Bahauddin, Information and Research Secretary Mozaffar Hossain Sikder, Legal Secretary AK Babar, Publicity and Publication Secretary Mohammad Anisur Rahman, Office Secretary Irfat Hossain Chowdhury, Literary and Cultural Secretary Abdullah Al Roman, Sports Secretary Rabiul Hossain Rakib, Journalist Milon Barua, Md. Robin were present among others.

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