Implementation of projects must like Bangabandhu Model Village across the country

In Tungipara Upazila of Gopalganj District, Patgati Bangabandhu Model Village Sambay Samity Limited in the light of the idea of ​​Patgati and Bangabandhu Ganmukhi Sambay, Bangladesh will become self-sufficient in agriculture through the implementation of the pilot project of Bangabandhu Model Village across the country, said Abdul Wadud, MP, Minister of State for Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperative Ministry.

On Thursday (May 09), the State Minister participated as the chief guest in an exchange program with the officials of Gopalganj District Cooperative Directorate and Bangladesh Rural Development Board and said that the Bangladesh government is working tirelessly to implement “Bangabandhu’s vision of cooperative development”.

He said that the cooperative pilot project which has been started from Gopalganj, the birthplace of the father of the nation by the initiative of the Honorable Prime Minister, will play a pioneering role in improving the quality of life of the rural people including the development of agriculture through expansion across the country. The state minister also commented that it is possible to make major changes in the agricultural sector of the country on the basis of cooperatives.

Earlier in the morning, the State Minister participated in the wreath-laying and prayer ceremony at the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu’s Tomb located in Tungipara of Gopalganj district. He then exchanged views with Gopalganj District Cooperative Directorate and Bangladesh Rural Development Officers at Gopalganj Circuit House.

During the exchange of views, he said, I believe that all these projects based on cooperatives will take the agricultural sector of the country to a unique height through the cooperation of the Ministry of Agriculture through the Department of Rural Development and Cooperatives. He also said that Bangladesh is self-sufficient in food through the development of agriculture.




The state minister then visited cooperative activities and Bangabandhu Model Village in Tungipara of Gopalganj district while exchanging views with the beneficiaries and said that this project will become an inspiration for all cooperatives across the country.

At this time, he inspected the progress of the two-story community building under the pilot project of establishing Bangabandhu Model Village in the light of Bangabandhu Ganmukhi Samavaya idea in Patgati village. Apart from this, the State Minister also said that our country will become a developed and prosperous ‘Smart Bangladesh’ free of hunger, poverty and corruption by the year 2041 under the guidance of the honorable Prime Minister through such cooperative based projects.


Md. Abdul Wadud also said that the father of the nation worked to build a rural self-reliant economy. Honorable Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has undertaken various development projects for the planned development of every village in the country by ensuring the benefits of all the citizens with the aim of establishing Sonar Bangla, the dream of the father of the nation. Multifaceted activities are continuing to deliver all the benefits of the city to the villages.

Gopalganj District Deputy Commissioner Kazi Mahbubul Alam presided over the registration and director general of cooperative directorate Md. Shariful Islam and director general of Bangladesh Rural Development Board Ah Ghaffar Khan spoke as special guests.

Tungipara Upazila Nirbahi Officer Md. Moinul Islam, Deputy Director of BRDO Cooperative Directorate and UP Chairman Brind narrated their root experience in the event.


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