Last tributes to Golam Sarwar

Published: 17 Aug 2018 | Updated: 17 Aug 2018   

BANGLADESH

Last tributes were paid to eminent journalist and the daily Samakal editor Golam Sarwar on behalf of President Abdul Hamid at National Press Club on Thursday.

Last tributes were paid to the Samakal editor Golam Sarwar on behalf of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at National Press Club on Thursday.

A guard of honour was given to the freedom fighter and editor on behalf of the Deputy Commissioner of Dhaka at National Press Club on Thursday.

The body of Golam Sarwar was taken to Samakal office for the last time on Thursday morning. His colleagues then paid their last respects to their mentor.

Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu and State Minister of Information Tarana Halim paid their last respects to Golam Sarwar at Central Shaheed Minar on Thursday.

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