Jubo League’s 48th founding anniversary today
Published: 11:14 AM, 11 November 2020 Updated: 03:59 PM, 11 November 2020
Logo of Bangladesh Awami Jubo League
The 48th founding anniversary of Jubo League, the youth wing of the ruling Awami League, has been observed today.
Bangladesh Awami Jubo League commonly known as Jubo League is the first youth organization of Bangladesh founded by Sheikh Fazlul Haque Mani under the direction of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman through a youth convention at the Institution of Engineers on November 11, 1972.
The organization was established with the aim of involving the youth in the struggle for a non-communal, democratic and exploitation-free Bangladesh.
Nowadays, Jubo League has become the largest youth organization in the country through long struggle and sacrifices of thousands of leaders and workers for more than four decades.
The organization has chalked different programmes to mark the anniversary which include hoisting of national and party flags at its central office at 6:00 am, paying tributes to Bangabandhu by placing floral wreaths at his portrait at Dhanmondi 32 at 10:00 am and paying homage to martyred Sheikh Fazlul Haque Mani and martyrs of August 15, 1975, at the Banani graveyard at 10:45 am and offering of Fateha.
Every unit of Juba League will carry out a tree planting programmes and will distribute food among the poor.
In a statement on the eve of the anniversary, Jubo League President Sheikh Fazle Shams Porosh and General Secretary Mainul Hossain Nikhil have greeted the leaders and workers of Jubo League along with the people of the entire country.