Prime Minister will inaugurate 24 development projects in Khulna

Prime Minister will inaugurate 24 development projects in Khulna
Prime Minister will inaugurate 24 development projects in Khulna

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to inaugurate 22 development projects and lay the foundation stones of 2 development projects in Khulna on November 13. According to the Khulna district administration, the documents of these 24 projects have already been sent to the Prime Minister’s office.

Khulna Divisional Commissioner Khandkar Yasir Arefin said that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate 22 development projects at a cost of Tk 391.12 million and lay the foundation stones of 2 other development projects from the grand gathering organized at Khulna Circuit House ground on November 13.

Out of 22 projects, 8 projects have been implemented by Public Works Department. These are Genocide and Torture Archive and Museum Building, Civil Surgeon Office and Residential Building, Technical Training Center of Paikgacha Upazila, Khulna Apprentice Training Office, Khulna BSTI Regional Office, Women Hostel Building, Renovation and Modernization of Paikgacha Upazila Sub-Registry Office Building and Daulatpur Construction of Student Hostel of Agricultural Training Institute.

The remaining 10 projects were implemented by the Education Engineering Department (EED). They are Dumuria Technical School and College, Boyra Secondary School, Khulna Collegiate School, Government LBK Degree Women’s College, Government Bangabandhu College, Chalan Bazar Government Girls High School, Talimul Millat Rahmatiya Fazil Madrasa, Nazrul Nagar Secondary School, RRF Secondary School and Aranghata Secondary School. school

In addition, the Prime Minister will lay the foundation stones of two projects – construction of sanitary landfill and Dighlia Technical School and College. These will be implemented by KCC and EED respectively. Source: Bass.

The article is in Bengali


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