On 16th August, Entrepreneurial Economists Club, Dhaka School of Economics observed the 46th martyrdom anniversary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and National Mourning Day virtually with due respect and solemnity, maintaining social distance.
Speakers said that Bangabandhu was always in favour of inclusive development to the benefit of all people i.e. at least one will be better off while another must not be worse off. Sad death of this political entrepreneur created a vacuum which can never be filled up as the character of politics now differs.
Imbued with hope, people came forward to help to avail the benefits of independence to every doorstep commented by the speakers in the seminar. A sovereign nation after nine months of civil war and genocide saw the humanitarian needs infinite and Mujib responded generously, they opined in the seminar.
Chief guest of the programme Dr Qazi Khoilquzzaman Ahmad, Chairman of Dhaka School of Economics and Chairman of Palli Karma Shayak Foundation, paid homage to the architect of the independence by saying that Bangladesh will always remain in our heart.
Dr Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad gave lecture on the biography of Bangabandhu and said that Bangabandhu is immortal for his
great visionary works. He told that
the universe witnessed the world’s most barbaric carnage on this day 46 years ago.
Prof Dr Mahesh Gandhi, Academician, heading few Schools & a University in India and President of the Council of International Universities, Germany joined the programme as special guest. As part of the program the book "Shatabarshya Banagabandhu" published by Entreprenruial Economists club was unfolded the over.
Among others Ms Sara Tasneem, Assistant Professor, Mohammad Aman Ullah Aman, SM Nawshad Kaysar, Humayara Tabassum also spoke in this occassion.