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Apr 25, 2024
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A happy event unfolded in Sonaimuri as the Chashirhat Development Fair kicked off at Nurul Haque High School. The fair, which started yesterday, aims to turn the region into a 'Smart Village' and has drawn thousands of villagers and visitors.

Hossain Mohammad Salim, Chief Advisor of Chasheerhat Development Council and the Emam of Hezbut Tawheed movement, cut the ribbon to start the fair. Mr. Salim stressed the importance of preserving culture and fostering unity among villagers. He believes that progress is supported by Allah, while poverty and unemployment displease Him.

Mr. Salim sees the fair as a place for villagers to socialize, buy essentials, and build stronger bonds. The main goal is to transform the once-called backward village into a smart one.

Situated at Noakhali's entrance in Chashirhat, the fair attracted a huge crowd on the first day. Sixty stalls showcased products, with a focus on items from the Chashirhat Development Project. Traditional and unique items from various regions, like Jessore's date molasses, Chandpur's hilsa, Laxmipur's coconut, Tangail's chamcham, Natore's kachagolla, Bogra's curd, Pabna's ghee, Barisal's muri, and Chapainawabganj's 'Kalai' bread, were also featured.

Safety is a top priority, with a strong security presence and CCTV cameras ensuring everyone's well-being. Mohiuddin, the fair's organizer and Director of Chashirhat Development Council, is pleased with the public's response. Originally planned for three days, the fair has been extended to a week due to high demand. Mohiuddin emphasizes that the fair highlights the village's commitment to sustainable progress by showcasing products from the Chashirhat Development Project.