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Armed Forces Day: President pays tributes to martyrs

21 November 2022
Armed Forces Day: President pays tributes to martyrs

Photo: PID


UNB, Dhaka :

President Abdul Hamid on Monday paid tribute to the martyred members of Armed Forces on the occasion of Armed Forces Day-2022.

He placed a wreath at the altar of Shikha Anirban (flame eternal) at Dhaka Cantonment this morning.

Hamid, also the supreme commander of the Armed Forces, stood in solemn silence for some time to show profound respect to the memories of the martyrs members of armed forces, who made supreme sacrifices during the Liberation War.

A smartly-turned out contingent drawn from Army, Navy and Air Force presented a guard of honour at that time, while the bugle played the last post.

Later, the president signed the visitors' book kept on the premises of Shikha Anirban.

Secretaries concerned to the president  were also present on the occasion.

Earlier, on his arrival at Shikha Anirban, the president was received by chiefs of the three services.

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