EBL hosts webinar on Bangabandhu’s development vision



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August 22, 2021, 8:30 p.m.

Last modification: August 22, 2021, 8:30 p.m.

Minister of Planning MA Mannan; Ali Reza Iftekhar, Managing Director and CEO of EBL; Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Md Shahriar Alam; and Minister of State for Planning, Dr Shamsul Alam; discuss the development vision of Bangabandhu. Photo: Courtesy

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Minister of Planning MA Mannan; Ali Reza Iftekhar, Managing Director and CEO of EBL; Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Md Shahriar Alam; and Minister of State for Planning, Dr Shamsul Alam; discuss the development vision of Bangabandhu. Photo: Courtesy

Eastern Bank Limited (EBL) hosted a webinar titled “Bangabandhu Development Vision” as part of the National Day of Mourning celebration on Thursday.

The main webinar guest, Planning Minister MA Mannan, said, “Bangabandhu’s only concern was the welfare of the people. His deep understanding of the reality of Bangladesh and the aspirations of the people in general made him a visionary leader. Bangabandhu has always given priority to material and cultural improvement. “

Ali Reza Iftekhar, Managing Director and CEO of EBL, said: “We can only realize the dreams of Bangabandhu by realizing economic freedom and establishing equal rights for all, ensuring good governance and participation of all. national development.

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Md Shahriar Alam said: “Bangabandhu’s active engagement with the masses has made him the leader of the people. Bangabandhu wanted to ensure food security and employment for all. The first five-year plan was totally scientific.

Minister of State for Planning, Dr Shamsul Alam, Express,Bangabandhu believed in socialism. However, he also said, “we cannot import any ‘ism’ to establish socialism in our country. Here, socialism must be aligned with our people, nature and the climate “.

The webinar was moderated by Ziaul Karim, Head of Communication and External Affairs for EBL.


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