In Mymensingh, a farmer has expressed his respect and love for the daddy of the state by painting a portrait of Bangabandhu in his field. Farmer Abdul Qadir has also painted memorials, boats, water lilies, and Mujib centenaries. People are flocking a day to ascertain this beautiful crop field.
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Recently, Abdul Qadir painted this portrait on the occasion of Mujib’s year in his field of red spinach and mustard in Ishwarganj. it’s come up for discussion on the occasion of Martyr’s Day.
Abdul Qadir, son of Tara Mia of Para Khalbala village in Ishwarganj Upazila, also painted a portrait last year. crazy together with his wife, he made the crop field a ‘land of love’.
It is learned that on December 1, Abdul Qadir alongside the members of Khalbala Bandhu Mahal Club laid out a singular work of Bangabandhu, a memorial, and a ship on his 33-acre land. because the days pass, because the seedlings get bigger, the image is getting more and more
Farmer Abdul Qadir said, “I get financial benefit by cultivating land at other times of the year.” At this point, I even have done something different to spread the consciousness of the daddy of the state. He said that although he didn’t get any financial enjoy the crop, he has mental satisfaction.
Naimul Islam Sohel, general secretary of Para Khalbala Bandhu Mahal Club, said it had been done to spread the spirit of Bangabandhu among the subsequent generations.
Ishwarganj Upazila Agriculture Officer Sadhan Kumar Guha Majumder said, “Farmer Abdul Qadir has shown his love and wonders for Bangabandhu within the field of crops.” Although he’s not financially profitable, he’s satisfied to ascertain people from far and wide come to ascertain his artistic work.