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The Ashekans sent a raft of bamboo to Zaker Manzil’s orse

The Ashekans sent a raft of bamboo to Zaker Manzil’s orse
The Ashekans sent a raft of bamboo to Zaker Manzil’s orse

Bamboo rafts have been sent from Syedpur in Nilphamari on behalf of the Ashekans on the occasion of the annual Orsh Mahfil of Zaker Manzil in Faridpur.

Three rafts set off from Kuthirghat Bridge in Kashiram Belpukur Union of Upazila on Wednesday (September 21) noon.

Zaker Party Nilphamari District President and Kashiram Belpukur Union Parishad Chairman Lanchu Hasan Chowdhury officially inaugurated this program.

Hazarihat was the guest in this event organized on the banks of Chowra river
School and College Principal Lutfar Rahman Chowdhury, Zaker Party Rangpur Divisional Organizing Secretary Ekramul Haque, former Nilphamari District President Aminul Islam, Publicity Secretary Abul Kashem, Kashiram UP Member Nurunnabi Sarkar and others.

On Tuesday night, Halkaye Zikir and Milad Mahfil were held at Kuthirghat premises. Ashekans from different areas of Syedpur and Nilphamari participated in it.

At 12:00 p.m., the Khadem of Zaker Manzil, Maulana Shafiqul Islam, led the prayers and started the journey with music.

Nilphamari District President of Zaker Party and Kashiram Belpukur Union Parishad Chairman Lanchu Hasan Chowdhury said that bamboo rafts are sent from all over the country on the occasion of Orsha. We send bamboo from Kuthirghat and Chikli Bridge in Syedpur. These are the vows of many. Apart from this, Ashekans also provide various products.


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