Desk Report: President M Abdul Hamid will visit his home district of Kishoreganj on September 24-28 to attend several programmes at Austagram, Itna and Mithamain upazilas.
“The President will leave for Kishoreganj on a five-day visit on Monday noon. . . He will address several public gatherings at three upazila headquarters,” his press secretary Joynal Abedin said.
This will be the second visit of Abdul Hamid to his village home in the remote area of Kishoreganj after he took oath of office as the country’s President for the second consecutive term on April 24.
President Hamid is due to attend a public meeting at Austagram Upazila Playground at about 3 pm tomorrow. Later he will hold a view-exchange meeting with local political leaders, distinguished persons and media personalities at Rastropati Abdul Hamid Auditorium there at 4 pm on the day.
On Tuesday, he will witness the progress of development works of Austagram-Nawga and Austagram-Kastul-Banshtala Roads at 11 am. He will address a public gathering at Rastropati Abdul Hamid Government College Ground, Austagram. He will exchange views with local elite at Rastropati Abdul Hamid Auditorium at 7 pm.
President Hamid is scheduled to see Itna-Zila road at 11 am in Itna Upazila on Wednesday. He will address a public meeting at the Freedom Fighter Abdul Haque Government Degree College field at 3 pm on the third day of his visit. He will exchange views with distinguished people at Rastropati Abdul Hamid Auditorium in Itna.
On Thursday, he will visit some development works at Mithamain Upazila at 12 pm. In the afternoon, he will attend Golden Jubilee program of Hazi Tayeb Uddin School at 3 pm. He will stay at his own home in the night.
On Friday, President Hamid will say Jumma prayers at the mosque adjoining his ancestral home at Kamalpur village in Mithamain Upazila. After the prayers, he will offer fateha at the graves of his father Md Tayebuddin and mother Tomiza Khatun in front of the mosque.
The President is due to return to Dhaka on Friday afternoon. _BSS
risingbd/Dhaka/September 23, 2018/Hassan/A K Azad