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BCL central council held

07 December 2022


DU Correspondent  :
The 30th annual council of Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL), student wing of ruling Awami League, was held on Tuesday with befitting manners after four and half years of the last council holding.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated the conference as by hoisting National and party's flag and performing National Anthem as a chief guest at Suhrawardy Udyan around 11.20 am.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina later inaugurated the BCL's virtual blood bank and community app while BCL leaders handed over Joy Bangla Magazine to the Prime Minister.
Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader and BCL President Al-Nahean Khan also delivered their speech conducted by BCL General Secretary Lekhak Bhattacharjee.
Leaders and activists of different units of the BCL carrying banners and festoons have been pouring into Suhrawardy Udyan from different place of the country since morning.
Wearing T-shirts and caps, thousands of BCL activists crowded at the Suhrawardy Udyan and chanting slogans and waving the national and party flags.
Numerous banners, festoons, placards with names and pictures of leaders of various levels flooded Shahbagh to Motsho bhaban, Dhaka University campus area and also council venue. Festival mood was seen among the leaders and activists around the conference.
Moreover, a number of 253 candidates submitted their CV for two top posts. Of them 96 submitted their CV for president post and last 157 for general secretary post, according to Election Commission of BCL.

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