The Awami League is holding a victory in the capital’s Sarwardi Park in the 11th National Assembly elections. The gathering will be chaired by the party’s president and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. And it has already completed all the preparations of the Assembly, prepared Moncho. Meanwhile, Netakarmira Somabestholle from the nearby Gelagullo of the country and Dhaka have started to arrive. More than 50 boats in the field of the assembly and Baithasah Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Awami League president Sheikh Hasina Festune have been decorated.
To form the mohasmudre of rally, the neighboring districts of Dhaka, Awami Ligasah Association and Dhaka under party Netakarmira have already made extensive preparations. Gatherings will begin at 1pm Aritay. However, the cultural event will start at 1pm Barotay. The gate opened at Egarotay Somabestholle entrance in the morning. At 1pm, Awami League president Sheikh Hasina Somabestholle comes to Ariter. During the arrival of Awami League status artist Mumtaz to perform the song. Apart from this more Giben Rafiqul Alam, Fahmida Nabi, Ankhi Alamgir, imagine Majumdarsh many. After the prime minister takes the seat, the artist will serve the “win this Boat” song. At the rally, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina offered to recite the poem “A hint of a new time for you” by poet Russel Asheki.
The main event will be directed by party publicity and Publishing secretary Minister Dr. Hachan Mahmoud and Woprocher and publishing editor Aminul Islam Amin. The Central leaders of Awami League will be present at the gathering stage. In addition to the Awami League of Mahasmabeshe, representatives from different political parties, teachers, intellectuals, lawyers, journalists, poets-literary, professionals, culture and entertainment worlds will be present in the Mohazoter. The large pandal of the Assembly were made up of nearly thirty thousand chairs called by Awami League. The event will be attended by millions of people, expressing hope for the party’s central leaders. The Awami League won a total of 257 seats in the 11th National Assembly election on 30 December last year.