Political race will be totally free: Bangabandhu

BANGABANDHU VISITS NATORE 

Head administrator Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman today repeats that races set for March 7 would be totally free and reasonable. Calling attention to that Bangladesh is a popularity based nation, he says there would be no obstruction in the races. Tending to a public gathering at Natore, the PM says he might want to caution the individuals who need to make issue and foil races. They would not acquire anything by indicating arms. The individuals of Bangladesh are fit for grabbing those arms, he adds. 

Bangabandhu laments that some avaricious components are enjoyed defilement even with respect to help materials. He gives an intense call for mass opposition against defilement and violations. 

PETRO-CHEMICAL COMPLEX IN THE FIRST FIVE-YEAR PLAN 

The public authority is found out to have been haggling with the World Bank and other worldwide financing offices to fund the proposed petro-synthetic complex at Ashuganj. The undertaking is probably going to be taken up in the initial Five-Year Plan and the all out expense of the venture will be about Tk 250 crores. Prior to freedom, a plan of Tk 100 crore was set up by the World Bank for the venture. The expense of the task has expanded after the downgrading of the Bangladesh money. The petro-compound complex will encourage the usage of petroleum gas stores in Bangladesh. 

PM APPRAISED OF REMITTANCE DIFFICULTIES 

Dr AFA Sayeed, part, network relations commission, UK who is as of now on a visit to Bangladesh met Bangabandhu yesterday and introduced an update for the benefit of the Bangalees in the UK. 

Source: January 10, 1973 issues of Dainik Bangla, Bangladesh Observer and Dainik Ittefaq