Radwan Mujib Siddique Bobby, trustee of the Center for Research and Information (CRI), said it was time to give more responsibility to the youth.
He made the remarks at the ‘Joy Bangla Youth Awards’ organized by Young Bangla at the Sheikh Hasina Youth Development Center in Savar on Monday (December 20).
A video recording of Sajeeb Wazed Joy, chairman of the Center for Research and Information (CRI), an adviser to the Prime Minister on Information Technology, was shown on the occasion. CRI Trustee Radwan Mujib Siddique handed over the prizes to the winners.
Radwan Mujib Siddique Bobby said that the Joy Bangla Youth Award has been given to the young generation who have contributed to the society. Today, we are commemorating the young generation of 1971, whose courage and sacrifice enabled us to perform here today. After Vision 2021, we are also moving towards 2041. I can do everything to leave them. Deep respect and gratitude to them.
He added that it is more enjoyable to be nominated and listen to the path finders than to say something on such an occasion. We are inspired by their actions. Our only request to the winners today is to continue the way you have worked.
Radwan Mujib said, we get a lot of inspiration and courage from you. You don’t stop. You are our future.
Mentioning that the youth should be given a chance, the grandson of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman said, “I will hand over everything to the youth.” It’s not just about their future, it’s about time to give them more responsibility. Business, politics should give opportunities to the youth everywhere. Young Bangla will support and stand by it.
He thanked CRI and Young Bangla team and said that they have made our event stand by facing all the challenges in Corona. That is why I am grateful to everyone. Sincere thanks to our jury board and sponsors.
Applications for the Joy Bangla Youth Award were invited from September 25 to October 31. At that time, more than 600 organizations applied for the various initiatives taken by them to form the country. Over the past month, 31 youth organizations have been nominated for the main round after scrutinizing these applications.
In the 50 years since the victory, there was a special panel of judges to select the winning teams in a special event organized by Joy Bangla Youth Awards. The panel consisted of former Bangladesh cricket captain and MP Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, Young Bengal convener and MP Nahim Razzak, Dun & Broad Street CEO Zara Mahbub, Daily Star senior correspondent Parimal Palma, third gender rights activist and TV presenter, TV National Award winning actress Jaya Ahsan, former Governor of Bangladesh Bank and Development Economist Atiur Rahman, Women in Digital Achia Khaleda Nila, Founder Trustee of Liberation War Museum Mofidul Haque, President of Sylhet Women’s Chamber of Commerce Shyamalta Roy and Film Director Rezwan Shah Shahriar Caesar Rahman, a wildlife protection activist.
After a long judicial analysis by this special panel, 31 organizations were selected and 15 organizations were selected from there. Formula boss.