On November 11 is the 49th founding anniversary of Bangladesh Awami Juba League. The organization was established on this day in 1972 under the direction of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman under the leadership of Sheikh Fazlul Haque Moni through a youth convention in the auditorium of Institution of Engineers in the capital.
On the occasion of the day all the leaders and activists of the Juba League greeted the people, the daily Vorer pata editor and publisher, Satkhira district Awami League vice-president, Bangladesh Awami League central industry and commerce sub-committee member and FBCCI director Dr. Kazi Erteza Hasan.
In his congratulatory message he said that Juba League has become the largest youth organization in the country through long struggle and sacrifice of thousands of leaders and workers for more than four decades. InshaAllah, everyone will work together to make the name of Juba League bright all over the world by holding the ideology of Bangabandhu.
Congratulations and best wishes on the 49th founding anniversary of Bangladesh Awami Juba League. Honorable Chairman of Juba League Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash and General Secretary Mainul Hossain Khan Nikhil and all the leaders and workers of all levels of the organization have been creating a unique example of humanity since the time of Corona epidemic. Even though I have heard many negative things about Juba League before, now it is almost zero. Action is being taken even against those who are disputing the organization. This is like another Juba League. We hope that Juba League will strengthen the hand of Bangabandhu Kanya Deshratna Jannetri Sheikh Hasina in achieving the dream of Father of the Nation’s Golden Bengal by inspiring the youth of Bangladesh with patriotism and engaging them in building a non-communal, democratic, developed, prosperous, dignified and happy Bangladesh. I pay my respects to all the former leaders of Juba League including its founding chairman Shahid Sheikh Fazlul Haque Moni. Joy Bangla, Joy Bangabandhu, may Bangladesh live forever.