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Aparupa Sajek Valley or Sajek Valley is located in Baghaichhari Upazila on the Mizoram border of India in the far north of #Rangamati district which is now a popular travel destination for tourists of all ages especially nature lovers and adventurers.  Sajek is a union with an area of ​​602 sq km which is the largest union in Bangladesh.  There are two neighborhoods in this union called ‘#Ruilui’ and ‘#Konlak’.  The two local neighborhoods are named after two hills - Ruilui, which is 1620 feet above sea level and Kalanka, which is 1800 feet above sea level.  Stigma is the highest peak of Sajak.  The Sajek Valley is named after the Sajek River which originates from the Karnafuli River.  Sajek Valley is called the roof of Rangamati.  Sajeke is inhabited by Lusai, Pangkhoa and Tripura tribes.  The village of Kalank Para, on the last frontier of the Sajak Valley, is home to the Lusai people.  From this village one can see the Lusai hills of India, the source of the river Karnafuli.
 
 You will be thrilled to see the rows of green hills and white clouds in Sajek.  Sometimes you will suddenly feel hot and soon you will be surrounded by a thick cloud of fog.  Clouds will cool your body.  Here one can observe different forms of nature on the same day.  You will be mesmerized by the natural scenery of Sajek and the flying clouds in the mountains.  The sunrise in the morning and the sunset in the afternoon from Sajeke Helipad give the tourists a unique gift of beauty.  In the kingdom of the stars in the cloudless sky of the night, you have no choice but to get lost.  You can go to Sajak at any time of the year.  However, in the rainy season, autumn and winter, the intoxicants of the warm embrace of the mountains are seen more with the clouds of Sajek.
 
 Although Sajek is located in Rangamati district, its distance from #Khagrachhari district is less and transportation is good.  Its distance in Khagrachari is 60 km and from Dighinala it is 40 km.  It is to be noted here that if you want to go to Sajek, you have to get permission from Baghaihat Police and Army Camp.  Sajeke has a number of high quality resorts and restaurants for accommodation and meals.
Russian-Portuguese special forces failed, Bangladeshi para commandos made the operation successful. .
 10 January 2019;  The United States for Peace in Central Africa (UPC), an anti-government terrorist organization based in the region, launched a surprise attack on Bambari, one of the cities in the Central Republic of Africa.  The main objective of the attack was to evade taxes levied on the civilians living there and to collect hostages as well as to occupy the area.  The attack involved 20-25 armed military trained fighters of the UPC terrorist organization who entered the city of Bambari with heavy machine guns, rocket launchers and then wreaked havoc.  One local resident, including two policemen, was killed and several others were injured in the attack. In order to quickly bring the situation under control, a contingent of Portuguese Special Para Troopers was deployed from the nearest peacekeeping base, joined by an armed force from the Central Republic of Africa, which was originally a Russian mercenary.  Massive gunfire erupted between the two sides and as many as 30 members of both sides were killed in gun battles and 10 people were hospitalized with serious injuries.  An official tweet said at least 20 armed terrorists had been killed in the attack, as well as some civilians.  According to US media reports, General Belo, the UPC's operations commander, was seriously injured at the time. Although the fighting between the two sides stopped for some time, on 11 January 2019 the Portuguese Special Forces, a small contingent of the Nepalese Army and a contingent of Russian mercenaries took over the responsibility of liberating the area quickly.  For the first time in this operation, two Mirage 2000 fighter jets of the French Air Force were assigned to provide air support from the sky.  The Central Republic of Africa flew 2,000 Mirage 2000 aircraft from neighboring Chad and launched air strikes across the region.  The planes stayed in the skies for more than four hours, providing air support to Portuguese and Russian mercenaries, during which a KC135 air refueling mission was added to supply the planes with oil in the skies.  The operation, which lasted about six hours, resulted in heavy casualties on both sides and many civilians were injured. But despite having air support, the Portuguese Army's Special Forces failed to get much benefit there.  It was not possible for them to rescue the hostages there.  After that, the United Nations allowed the operation to resume even though the environment remained calm for some time.  After the failure of the Portuguese Special Forces and the Russian Mercenary Group, this time the responsibility of the operation was given to the Special Forces Para Commando Unit of the Bangladesh Army.  The main responsibility of the Bangladesh Special Forces was to liberate the area and rescue the civilians trapped there.  January 14, 2019 (MINUSCA) An order comes from the Force Commander that the Bangladesh Army Special Forces Battalion-3 must immediately confront a fully military-trained terrorist organization in the area.  As soon as the order was received, Captain Tarek Ahmed of Bangladesh Special Force Battalion 3 reached Bambari town.  On the morning of 16 January 2019, Captain Tariq conducted a reconnaissance mission over the area from a Pakistan Air Force Mill MI-17 helicopter.  Photographs taken from surveillance drones under MINUSCA at the time showed 30-40 members of the UPC terrorist group stationed at various locations in the area with heavy weapons On 16 January 2019, a team of the Bangladesh Army Special Para Commando Unit led by Captain Tariq Ahmed started the operation, at which time a team of the Nepal Army was added as a backup.  Although the combined attacks of the Portuguese, Russian and French air forces failed, for the first time the Bangladesh Army showed its success in conducting special forces operations.  The operation started at 8 am under the leadership of Bangladesh Special Forces Para Commando Unit (BANSF-3).  During this operation, the Portuguese Special Para Commando Unit and members of the Nepal Army, led by Bangladesh, launched a joint operation there and the UPC terrorist organization suffered heavy losses in a fierce clash that lasted for 6 hours.  Members of the Bangladesh Army were able to liberate two areas under the control of the terrorists and their various weapons were destroyed.  Members of the Bangladesh Special Forces were confronted by heavy weapons in the hands of the terrorists, but no one from the Bangladeshi group was injured in the clashes.  During the operation, para-commandos rescued 150 hostages held by terrorists.  On the other hand, 30-40 members of the UPC terrorist group were killed.  During the operation, Bangladesh Air Force helicopters provided air support and joined the Medical Evac Mission.

 On 19 January 2019, Major Md. Shahidul Islam (Bangladesh Special Forces) declared the city of Bambari in the Central Republic of Africa free of the enemy. After the failure of 3 countries in a row, the brave sons of Bangladesh Special Forces set a unique precedent by liberating this region from the enemy.  The Bangladesh Army is highly commended by the United Nations and the Central African Government for this successful operation by the Bangladesh Special Forces.
Take a look at a very beautiful picture of Bangladesh. Aslam, the capital of Bangladesh, took the picture to make you happy, Dhaka Hatijil is one of the most beautiful and beautiful places in Dhaka. It is very beautiful to see elephants and very nice to see and there are many big buildings here which are very nice to look at and seeing different colored afternoons will take your mind and give you a lot of pleasure. See when you come up with a picture that is very beautiful for you, when you look at the picture, you will understand how beautiful the picture is. There are many big buildings here. It is very beautiful to see the buildings of different colors. Those of you who are looking at our post, if Sudipa of Bangladesh is ever from Bangladesh, then Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh, Hatirjheel Bridge is very nice to see here with all your friends, If you see Hatirjheel rain you will understand how beautiful it is in Bangladesh and this Hatirjheel rain is the responsibility of the army of Bangladesh and many beautiful people come here in the morning and afternoon to see the Hatirjheel bridge, Aziz's thing is very beautiful to look at because the smile is day by day when there are beautiful trees on the head and need water with a circle to look very beautiful, Watch DJ in Hatirjheel Bangladesh Very nice to see in a micro park The scene here is very beautiful Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh,
If you ever visit Bangladesh, you will see the beautiful Hatijheel Bridge in Dhaka
Navigation and fishing at Bhatiari Lake
 The artificial lake at Sitakunda has captivated tourists with its beauty and charm.  Bhatiari Lake is one of the largest artificial lakes in Bangladesh.  The lake covers an area of ​​about 8 sq km and is located 10 km north of Chittagong city and one or two kilometers east of Bhatiari union of Sitakunda upazila.  Sitakunda can be reached in six hours by road from Dhaka, and there is a railway.  If you want to come to Bhatiari by rail, first you have to come directly to Chittagong by intercity train.  Later Bhatiari will have to come by road from Chittagong.  In this case it will take about six hours.  The meandering lake at the foot of the hill is very beautiful.  One of the attractions of Bhatiari Lake, situated in the middle of numerous hills, big and small, is boating and fishing with fishing rods.  Wrapped in a green sheet around the clear water reservoir.  It seems to be the craft of a skilled artist.  Tourists will be mesmerized by the hustle and bustle of the hills around Bhatiari Lake.  Bhatiari in Sitakunda is the only place in Bangladesh where both mountain sunrise and sunset can be seen.  Undoubtedly, it is a wonderful thing to see the sunrise from the edge of the mountain horizon and the sight of the sun disappearing into the sea.  And these two scenes can be observed from Bhatiari of Sitakunda.  The Bangladesh Military Academy is located next to Bhatiari Lake.  Security is assured here for relevant reasons.  There are also some cafes and snack bars for tourists during the day for a meal that are run by the army.  There are no skilled and trained guides for local tourists.  On its own initiative and with the cooperation of the local administration, if necessary, one has to enjoy boating and fishing in Bhatiari Lake.  Every year innumerable domestic and local tourists flock to see this Bhatiari Lake in Sitakunda.
 Bhatiari Lake, Sitakunda, Chittagong
Under the direction of Mr. Mohammad Helal Hossain, a competent Deputy Commissioner and Wise District Magistrate, Khulna, mobile courts were conducted in different areas including Aichgati Union of Rupsha Upazila of Khulna and Wards No. 16 and 24 of Khulna Metropolitan City declared as Red Zone today.  In view of the recent increase in the rate of corona virus infection in the aforesaid unions and wards, whether the orders of the public notice issued by the Deputy Commissioner and the District Magistrate on June 23, 2020 are being properly complied with.  Shops and businesses will be open and closed four other days of the week) whether they are being maintained, whether pedestrians and shoppers are following proper hygiene rules including wearing masks, whether shops are open even after the time declared by the government, except for daily necessities  The mobile court is set up to monitor whether shops, malls and businesses are being kept open and whether the government is charging extra rent for limited range of vehicles in Corona situations.

 Today, the wise Additional District Magistrate, Khulna, Mr. Md. Yusup Ali, in person, supervised the lockdown of Ward No. 18.

 22,100 / - in 19 cases for non-wearing of mask, violation of hygiene rules, violation of public notice order, riding more than one person on a motorcycle, keeping shops and businesses open even after the time specified by the government and non-compliance with public notice order in red zone declared area.  - (Twenty two thousand one hundred) rupees is fined.  Also, the executive magistrates on duty locked down the house of the patient suffering from corona.

 The mobile court was conducted by Mr. Md. Mizanur Rahman, Executive Magistrate of the District Administration, Mr. Md. Rashedul Islam, Mr. Tapsi Rabeya and Mr. Noori Tasmin Urmi.

 Meanwhile, Satkhira Ghosh Dairy was fined Rs. 20,000 / - (twenty thousand) for selling substandard products made in unhealthy environment in the mobile court of wise Executive Magistrate Mr. Md. Mizanur Rahman.

 In another mobile court of wise executive magistrate Mr. Nuri Tasmin Urmi, a person was sentenced to fine and 03 (three) months imprisonment for transporting and storing cannabis.  The Department of Narcotics Control, Khulna assisted the wise court in this operation.

 Members of the army, Ansar and police assisted in the mobile court operation.  The district administration will continue its campaign to prevent coronavirus infection and other crimes.
Eventually the road department moved away from the decision on the instructions of the 'upper house' :-) :-)

 The enchanting trees of the famous Jessore Road, which are four and a half hundred years old, have gained longevity.
 People from all walks of life are overwhelmed with this.  Everyone has applauded this great initiative of protecting trees.

 To widen the road, the Roads and Highways Department decided to cut down 2,312 raintrees, kadai and shishu trees on the Jessore-Benapole road.  With this, there was an uproar in the news of the media.  Eventually, the road department withdrew from the decision on the instructions of the 'upper house'.

 There are historical links between Jessore Road and the trees here.  The great liberation war of 1971 and Jessore Road are closely linked for various reasons
 Gone.  Even before that with the construction of the road
 Legends are involved.  American poet and journalist Allen Ginsbag
 Ekattar and Jessore Road have come alive in the famous poem of the war of liberation 'September on Jessore Road'.  A genuine friend of Bangladesh in the war of liberation
 In the US, the poet is in a refugee camp in India
 Seeing the miserable life of the Bengalis, he portrayed the form of liberation struggle in his emotional language.  Not only that.  Returned to New York in support of the War of Liberation on November 20, 1971 at St. George's Church
 Poem titled 'Americans for Bangladesh'
 Organizes lesson sessions.  There, the poet recited poetry in his own voice and touched everyone's heart.  His friend Bob Dylan and other celebrities
 Ginsberg raised money for Bangladeshi refugees by composing the song with the help of singers.

 Mausumi Bhowmik, an artist from West Bengal, India, captures the poem in a song frame.
 Made popular.  It can be said that poetry and this song have become a reflection of the liberation war of 1971 for the Bengalis.

 Greater Jessore Bangladesh during the war of liberation
 Rabiul Alam, deputy chief of the Liberation Front or BLF, said, "Since March 25, the Pakistani army has been leaving Jessore Cantonment and firing on pedestrians and sleeping civilians at various places in Jessore city."
 In such an attack by the Pak-Hanadar forces, people first started going to India in small groups through the Boyra, Masila and Barni borders of Chaugachha in search of refuge.
 By  In a few days in different parts of the country
 People used to go to India through Chougachha as well as Benapole border.  At one time from Bangaon along Jessore Road across Benapole
 Chapabaria, Talikhola student-youth refugee
 The camp was full.  The subdivisional cities of Bangaon and Kolkata, small and large, became full of refugees.  The Indians also stood by the people of Bangladesh by sacrificing all their love.

 When Jessore was liberated on 6 December, Jessore witnessed another historic event.  The first public meeting of independent Bangladesh was held on 11 December at Town Hall Maidan in Jessore city.  Expatriate President Syed Nazrul Islam, Prime Minister Tajuddin Ahmed and other leaders
 He addressed the public meeting.  They returned to Calcutta on the same day.  The historic Jessore Road is also a witness to their comings and goings.  In the 9 months of the liberation war in 1971, about one crore people of Bangladesh went to India for shelter
 How was the main path created?

 History tells
 There are legends about that too.  In 1842
 Kali Poddar, the then local zamindar
 ‘Jessore Road’ was built under his patronage.  The zamindar built the road to facilitate his mother's bathing in the Ganges.  There is a story about it: When the mother of zamindar Kali Poddar wanted to go to the barge for bathing in the Ganges, the boatman stopped her.  Said, ‘Your son is a miserly zamindar.
 If you are taken in a boat, you will not get a cow. 'When the mother returned home and told her son about this, Kali felt respect for Poddar.  He took a vow to build the road.
 Construction of the road from Bakchar in Jessore to Gangaghat in Nadia, India began in 1840
 Is.  Thousands of workers worked day and night until 1842.  Two lakh 56 thousand was spent
 Cowry  Not just road construction.  Zamindar Kalibabu brought overgrown raintree saplings from abroad and planted them on both sides of the road so that his mother could go to the shade of a tree while bathing in the Ganges.  That tree is still famous as 'Jessore Road'
 Jessore-Benapole road is being overshadowed.  The name of this road from Jessore to Calcutta Kalibabu
 ‘Jessore Road’.

 History says another thing: only Jessore
 Not as far as Benapole Road or Kolkata - Khulna
 Jessore Road extending up to the city.  Its length is Khulna
 About 190 from Lower Jessore Road in the metropolis to Shyambazar Panchmatha in Kolkata
 Kilometers.  We have said goodbye to Jessore Road from all over the Bangladesh part of this long journey.  But India, a part of the cultural heritage, still bends Jessore Road
Any altitude above 6,000 meters is considered a death zone.  The oxygen pressure there is so low that the human body does not want to be acclimatized.  There are a total of 14 peaks of 6,000 meters or more in the world, all of which are located in the Himalayas and the Karakoram Mountains.  This means that almost all the peaks in our South Asia stand with their heads held high.  The only Mount Shishapangma worn inside China.

 A British gentleman named Albert F. Mumery was the first to attempt to climb a mountain peak of 6,000 meters.  In 1895, he started an expedition to the top of Nanga Parbat (6124 m) in Pakistan with another British explorer, but his expedition failed.

 Maurice Herzog and Louis Lechnell of France were the first to set foot on the 6,000-meter peak after nearly half a century.  On June 3, 1950, at the Annapurna Peak in Nepal (6091 m), they became the first people to summit a Death Zone mountain.

 After that, people did not stop ... On May 29, 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay summited Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world, and brought one of the greatest achievements in human history.  Mountaineering is the beginning of a new horizon.  One by one, mankind set foot on all 6,000 meters (Mountains of Death Zone).

 In 1967, an Italian gentleman created a new history of mountaineering that is still considered superhuman.  And most of his expeditions were in alpine style.  He did not take the help of any oxygen cylinder to conquer these 14 peaks!

 In 2019 ... a Nepali mountaineer in a hurry announced that he will summit 14000 meters in 6 months!  Whose previous record was 6 years!  Many people now know his name ... Yes, he is Nirmal Purja or Nimasdai.  He is a member of the former British Gurkha Army.  At the beginning of his project Possible, everyone thought he was crazy, but when he did Ketu Summit in the difficult season ... then everyone sat motionless.  Finally, 6 months ago, he reached the summit of 6000 meters 14 mountains!

 For Altitude Hunters, Nirmal Purja's Project Possible and data and analysis of the 14 highest peaks in the world will be available.  Which will be consistently published in the form of features
I know my writing may not reach any upper house, bureaucrat, or prime minister.

 Yet write, as the child of a jute mill worker or as a conscious man.

 The whole world today is choosing jute fabric or jute industry instead of #plastic or polythene for air pollution, soil pollution, water pollution.
 Why is our country's potential sector being killed by strangling there ????

 Reasons:
 1.  There is no profit.
 2.  The production is not good.

 These are, but what is the reason behind it ???

 1.  Some people (vultures) have their eyes on this sector which is famous for its golden ash.
 2.  Intervention of corrupt eating quarters.

 3.  In 56 long years, there has been no modernization of machines and institutions.
 4.  Whether to buy jute in season or jute (raw material) in almost double sense in rice season.
 5.  Promoting corruption.
 .  The desire to enjoy the fruit by leaving it to the aunt.
 .  Not being able to capture the international market.
 Where the private sector is gaining ground, state jute mills only show losses.  So it should be scrutinized vigorously.
 .  Not taking timely action.

 Things to do
 1.  To modernize machines or industries.  Even if it is 2000 crore rupees, it can be modernized.
 2.  Spreading BJMC (aunt) and giving responsibility to mother (mill).  In this case, appointing army officers in big posts.
 3.  Purchase of jute in season and quality should be 100%.  All types of syndicates have to be disbanded.
 4.  Giving Golden Hans to the elderly, unemployed 50% of the workers by paying the arrears.
 5.  Permanent transfer workers without any kind of bribe trade.  However, in the first stage, 60-70% of the workers were given jobs on transfer basis.
 .  The excess of labor leaders cannot be party-centric.  They will be able to intervene in certain and hand-counted cases and will not be able to do anything beyond that.
 .  Setting production targets.  75% of the salary is based on salary production.
 .  Monitoring production managers and paying (some)% of annual dividend.
 9.  Strive hard to dominate the international market.
 10.  He formed a committee consisting of the Prime Minister, the Minister of Commerce, the Minister of Finance, the Minister of Labor and Employment, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of Jute and the Minister of Agriculture.  The research team will sit down with him and take up the project in the form of a project for the next 5 years, with the proper use of golden ash to turn the jute industry around.

 Finally, I would like to know one thing, 80 percent of the people who work in these factories are illiterate.  How will they survive if they leave this job? ,,, I left out the education of their children
 It is a shame to say "this government is a worker-friendly government".

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Talk about raising animals and birds!

 First of all I am telling an incident I saw with my own eyes.  An old man in front of my house used to feed the birds twice a day in the morning and in the afternoon.  There was a huge flowering tree in front of his house.  Which is no more.  And that is why the birds have gone to a distant land.  Whatever.  That man used to feed polao rice to about 200 sparrows twice a day.  He wondered how much money 200 sparrows ate polao rice twice a day.  Even then he fed the birds.  However, the funny thing here is that whenever he called Pakhiya Pakhiya, he would immediately fall from the tree like an army in the yard of his house.  Seeing the birds eating, it seemed that one country was at war with another.

 This time I am talking about hardship.  There are some people in our country who love to raise animals and birds.  In urban areas, people are more interested in keeping birds.  For this, they buy domestic and foreign birds from the market and keep them in cages.  There is no great motive behind it but just to fulfill the hobby.  I tell them, have you ever wondered if there is anything wrong with birds?  Pakpakhali is going to be almost extinct in the country today for this hobby of yours.  Read very carefully to give an example.  Those of you who are feeding birds in cages should find yourself in the place of birds that you will be kept in cages until you die.  How do you feel hearing this news?  It may seem normal, but if you want to understand what it is like to be imprisoned in a cage without thinking it is normal, go to jail.  Go and find out who is sentenced to life imprisonment.  He can tell you how miserable life in prison is.  I urge those of you who are still feeding birds in cages to release them now.  Let it fly in the open sky.  See how beautiful the environment looks.  But yes, I am not forbidding the feeding of birds.  Pusabena but not by keeping a prisoner in a cage by flying in the open sky.  You spread some rice or rice every day on the roof of your house or in one corner of your backyard.  You will see today, tomorrow or the day after tomorrow many birds come and eat with competition.  Only then will you realize whether it is pleasant to eat with the chirping of birds flying from the open sky or whether it is pleasing to see the food of caged birds.  Which is what that guy did.

 Now let's talk about animal husbandry.  If you walk around the countryside, you will see that most of the households have cows, goats, ducks and chickens.  But these are not kept in cages like birds 24 hours a day.  He wanders in the field all day.  Back to the owner's house just in time.  This scene looks different.  But there is something sad about this good and that is it.  There are some ugly people who love to steal other people's things.  I tell them to do what you have done before and swear that you will never do this again.  How can these ugly people get together and steal his cows, goats, ducks and chickens.  Don't do it.  The one whose goat or duck you stole may be feeding on some hope.  You not only stole but also ruined a man's dream.