Although the Joy Bangla concert could not be organized on March 8 due to the corona epidemic, it will be bigger and louder next year, said Bangabandhu’s grandson Radwan Mujib Siddique. CRI trustee Radwan shared the information on his Facebook page.
“There will be no concert this time, but we hope to be back in 2022 on a larger scale and louder than ever,” he wrote.
The ‘Joy Bangla Concert’ is held every year under the supervision of Young Bangla, an organization of the Research Wing Center for Research and Information (CRI) of the Awami League. Every year since 2015, the concert has been held at the Army Stadium in Dhaka on the day of Bangabandhu’s historic speech on March 7.
The songs that inspired the war days of 1971 were brought back to the concert with the voices of the youth. Millions of young people enjoy concerts online and live every year.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, daughter of Bangabandhu, came as a surprise for the first time in the concert of 2020. She was accompanied by her younger sister Sheikh Rehana. Bangabandhu’s granddaughter Saima Wazed Hossain and granddaughter Radwan Mujib Siddique were also present at the concert.
Source: Bhorer Kagoj by www.bhorerkagoj.com.
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