If village people economically well then country’s economy also well–Railway Minister

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 Railway Minister Md. Nurul Islam Sujan MP said that newborn children are the wealth of the family and the country. This child will be helpful in forming a well-cited digital and smart Bangladesh of the future. And so the government is providing financial assistance to mothers to give birth to healthy children by giving them maternity allowance. He said these things at a meeting organized on the occasion of the distribution of voluntary funds of the Minister among helpless women at Debiganj Upazila Parishad Auditorium in Panchagarh today. The minister said that the government is providing financial assistance to those who are economically backward by taking various projects to make them self-reliant.

He said, if the people of the village are economically well, then the economy of the country is also well. As a result of the government’s incentives and subsidies in agriculture, agricultural production has increased, and the common people in the villages are getting financial benefits. He also said that some people using the holy religion of Islam are harassing the village women in the name of Talim Pati, they should be careful. Upazila Executive Officer Golam Ferdous presided over the ceremony, among others Upazila Awami League President Gias Uddin Chowdhury, Town Mayor Abu Bakkar Siddique and Upazila Animal Resources Officer Dr. Mocha: Saravan Tahura spoke. A grant of Tk 5 lakh was distributed among 100 destitute women of the upazila from the minister’s voluntary fund. In the same event, the minister distributed 93 sheep and 102 goats among 51 farmers among 31 farmers of the former enclave of Debiganj upazila under the integrated livestock development project in 86 areas along the border of the northern region and along the rivers. Later, Minister Boda distributed a donation of Tk 5 lakh to 100 helpless women of the upazila from the minister’s voluntary fund at the Boda Upazila Parishad Auditorium.

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