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Swarna Jayanti Varsh celebrated in Agartala


16 December 2021 will mark 50 years of the liberation of Bangladesh and India’s victory over Pakistan in the
1971 Indo-Pak War. To commemorate this landmark event in India’s history, Swarna Jayanti Varsh celebrations are being organised throughout the Country.

As a part of these celebrations, the Border Security Force organized a series of events to mark  the 50th year of Independence of Bangladesh to 
highlight the contribution of  BSF In 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War.

In this endeavour, ‘Maitree Cycle Rally’ and  BSF-BGB Maitree Football Match Series” were arranged  along the border roads under “Eastern Command of BSF, which received overwhelming  response from all sections including the border population living on either side of IB, the counterpart BGB, local administration and also all the media fraternity.

In another such initiative a “Joint Cultural Programme with Bangladesh” was also organized on 12tn Dec 2021  at ICP Agartala, Tripura. It is a well  known fact that both the countries share common ethnicity and same culture and such
events on the border will further boost the spirit of amity and confidence among the border populace on both sides of the International Boundary.

Bangladesh Troupe head
Trina Majumdar ,she is the daughter of Food minister of Bangladesh, Sadhan Chandra Majumdar.
One of the the Bangladesh participants at Agartala yesterday.

The purpose of organising all such friendly events is to enhance co-operation and goodwill between the two neighbouring countries and also to increase the friendly relationship between the people residing in the border areas.

Hon’ble Minister of information and Cultural & Youth Affairs, Sports and PWD (DMS), Tripura Sushanta Chowdhury was present  there as  Chief Guest. During the event, felicitation of War Veterans, Performance of renowned troupes from Bangladesh and  India, valuable experience sharing by War Veterans and Release of Coffee Table Book on golden Jubilee of Bangladesh Liberation was  conducted in the  presence of eminent personalities and  State dignitaries.

It aims at highlighting the similarities which the two neighbouring nations share and the emerging opportunities wherein North East India, with Government of India’s ‘Act East’ policy, can become a big opportunity for Bangladesh as well.

The cultural extravaganza aims at  bringing  people of the two neighbouring countries closer. Many Military Personnel,  famous film personalities, dignitaries from civil sectors and war veterans  attended this musical event.

With inputs from Pratyusha Mukherjee, a Broadcast Journalist of BBC Asian Network based in Kolkata.

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