Zahangir Alam, CEO of Teleaus, won the prestigious Independence award for his special contribution to the Bangladeshi community

Zahangir Alam, CEO of Teleaus, won the prestigious Independence award for his special contribution to the Bangladeshi community

On the golden jubilee of Bangladesh's independence, a red-green fair was held on the 27th of March in Sydney's southwestern Bangladeshi-dominated suburb Minto, organized by BdHub title sponsored by TELEAUS
In the first episode of the program, they organized a colorful procession at 04:00 pm at Minto, one of the Bengalis' residences in Sydney.  The parade consisted of women, men, and children of all ages, wearing 50-year-old Independence Day badges, wearing Punjabi emblazoned with Bangladeshi flags, dancing to the band's beat, and passing through Minto's Erica Lane in the car park of Minto Mall. The procession made all the people of the local community curious about Bangladesh.
The second episode concludes with an impeccably beautiful cultural event at the Skyview Reception Function Center in Liverpool, awarding the Independence Medal to 8 eminent persons, awarding honors to the freedom fighters at the latest dinner. The ceremony had started with the national anthem. 

CEO of Teleaus, Zahangir Alam, was presented with a prestigious Independence award along with Prof. Dr. Rafiqul Islam, Prof. Dr. Amit Chakma, Prof. Dr. Atiqul Islam, and Prof. Dr. Anisur Rahman Chowdhury, Prof. Abed Chowdhury, Dr. Nizam Uddin Ahmed, and Kamrul Chowdhury
It was coordinated to congratulate those Bangladeshi dissidents right now in Australia for their significant contribution to society. Among the freedom fighters, Mr. Mizanur Rahman Tarun, Abdul Latif, and Helaluddin have received the honours
The expatriate Bangladeshi Australian freedom fighters were honoured for their courage, sacrifices, and risking their lives.

Mark Curie MP, Federal MP for Waria Ann Stanley, State MP for Macquarie Fields Anulak Chantivong, former Campbelltown Mayor Kent Johns, Liverpool Council Deputy Mayor Mazahar Hadelm from the Council of Bangladesh Spoke and distributed the Independence Medal The honourable chief guests and speakers expressed their sincere gratitude and appreciation to them for providing continuous support. They also Appreciated their courageous assistance during the liberation war and the sacrifices they had made. 

 

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