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Nilphamari Correspondent
Cultural Affairs Minister Asaduzzaman Noor said there is no shortcut way to become a successful person as hard work in the early stage of life is the only way to be a conquering person.
“Everybody has talent and potentiality. We should work hard in the line with talent and potentiality. One should make himself/herself successful through hard work from the early age of life as there is no short cut way to attain success”
he said.
Noor made the call as the chief guest while addressing a poet conference with the participation of 22 thousands juvenile poets at Shaheed Minar Chattar of Nilphamari on Tuesday, reports BSS.
He expressed firm conviction that teachers and guardians could play a big role in the establishment of the youths in their life to build a better
Bangladesh.
“They (youths) can build a better Bangladesh that we have gained in exchange of the bloodshed of 30 Lakh martyrs during the Liberation War under the leadership of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman,” he added.
The voluntary organisation named ‘Vision 2021’ organised the conference which was also addressed by the President of Bishwa Sahitya Kendra and Professor Abdullah Abu Sayeed, Novelist and Editor of the Daily Kaler Kantho Imdadul Haq Milon, Writer Akhtar Hossain, Sujon Barua, Actor Nusrat Jahan Tisa, Panjeree Publications Chairman Kamrul Hasan Shayok, Former National Cricket Mohammad Ashraful and Magician Shahin Shah.
The poetry conference was presided over by the Vision 2021 Organisation Chief Coordinator Wadud Rahman.