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We don’t have a team in the World Cup, it hurts a lot: PM

Commenting that we do not have a team in the World Cup, it is very difficult, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said, I watch the game every day and think about it. Our children are very talented. But he can do the impossible if he gets a chance. I know that.

He said this at the closing and medal distribution ceremony of the third edition of the Bangabandhu Inter-University Sports Championship at the Army Stadium in the capital on Wednesday.

The Prime Minister said that our players are developing through competition. It will continue to evolve as it continues. Sports and competition guide the youth. The more you do sports, the better your mind and body will be.

He said, I was once a refugee. Then we have been giving priority to this sport since coming to Bangladesh. We belong to the sporting family.

At that time, State Minister for Youth and Sports Zahid Ahsan Russell, Secretary Mejbah Uddin, BCB President Nazmul Hasan Papon and BAFUF President Kazi Salauddin were present.

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