A BGB delegation has attended the birth centenary celebrations of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman organized by BSF in West Bengal, India. A delegation from the Mahishkundi and Ramkrishnapur BGB camps on the Daulatpur border in Kushtia attended the event on Thursday (January 14th) at the invitation of the Indian Border Security Force (BSF). When the BGB members reached there, the BSF greeted them with flowers.
According to sources, the Indian Border Security Force (BSF) organized a friendly bicycle rally as part of the birth centenary celebrations of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The rally stopped at the Jalangi BSF camp in Nadia district of West Bengal, India on Thursday. On this occasion, a program was organized at the place adjacent to the BSF camp. The BSF invited the BGB two days ago to attend the event.
A 12-member BGB delegation led by Mahishkundi BGB camp commander Abdus Sabur of Daulatpur upazila reached the border pillar at 75/10 R adjacent to Jalangi BSF camp in Nadia district of West Bengal at around 11:30 am on Thursday by speedboat. Fariduzzaman, in-charge of Ramkushnapur BGB camp in Daulatpur, was with the BGB delegation. At this time BSF members of Jalangi camp greeted them with flowers.
NS Ratun, Commanding Officer (CO), 141 Battalion, BSF, was the chief guest at the event organized by BSF at the camp. He hoped that the existing friendly relations between the BGB and the BSF would be further strengthened through this event. Later, the local people of the two countries, including members of the border guards of the two countries, enjoyed the cultural and dance performances organized there. Police officer of Jalangi police station Farooq Mohammad Chowdhury was present on the occasion. The BSF bade farewell to the BGB delegation after lunch.
On the occasion of the birth centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, a friendly bicycle rally was organized by the Indian Border Security Force (BSF). The rally started on January 10 from the Silkobe camp in Mizoram. This friendly bicycle rally will end on March 17, the day of Bangabandhu’s birth centenary at Camp Panitar in West Bengal.
Every day, 20 members of the BSF are covering a distance of 100 km through rallies. They spend the night at the place where their scheduled 100 km is coming to an end and start their journey to their next destination the next morning. On Thursday, when their rally stopped at Jalangi, the event was held there.
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