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The women’s sports body will seek a grant from the Prime Minister

On the first day of Ramadan, the meeting of the executive committee was held at the Bangladesh Women’s Sports Association. The meeting, which took place about four months later, decided on a number of issues.

It has been decided at the executive meeting of the women’s sports body to seek financial assistance from the sports-minded Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. The activities of women’s sports organizations need more mobility and financial capacity to improve standards. With the financial support of the Prime Minister, we will be able to further develop women’s sports. Our President Gini Apa will look into this matter, ”said Acting General Secretary Firoza Karim Nellie.

The National Sports Council earns Rs 16.5 lakh a year and the women’s sports body earns a few lakh more a year. Athletics, swimming, kabaddi, handball, volleyball are the five sports that are being organized. Organizing and training other games becomes quite a hassle for the company.

The women’s sports body has a fixed deposit. The company plans to increase that fixed deposit further if it receives a grant from the Prime Minister. Recently, the Bangladesh Olympic Association received Rs 20 crore from the Prime Minister’s Fund. In addition to the often sick athletes, the Prime Minister provides financial assistance to the organizers.

The decision to set up a Mujib Corner in the Women’s Sports Association was also taken at yesterday’s meeting. The acting general secretary said about the Mujib Corner on the second floor and Sultana Kamal Memorial Corner on the third floor. On the second floor there will be a corner named after Father of the Nation Bangabandhu. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

The National Sports Council has recently carried out renovation work worth Tk 10 crore in the women’s sports organization The National Sports Council is also expected to finance the construction of the Sultana Kamal Memorial on the third floor.

Yesterday’s meeting observed a minute of silence for Hamida Begum, the general secretary of the late organization. In 2016, he became the general secretary of the ad hoc committee of the company. One year later he suffered a stroke. He died last March after a four-year illness.

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