Minister of Information and Broadcasting Hashan Mahmud said, following the glorious path of the past, Chhatra League will play a role in making Bangladesh reach its dream destination in the future. Hashan Mahmud expressed this hope on the occasion of Bangladesh Chhatra League’s 75th founding anniversary while talking to journalists at the secretariat. This information was informed in a press release of the Ministry of Information. Hashan Mahmud said, “Today is January 4, the foundation anniversary of the Chhatra League. My politics started as a back-row worker of the Chhatra League procession. So today, on this day of the founding anniversary of BCL, I congratulate and best wishes to all BCL leaders and workers, former BCL leaders and workers. The information minister mentioned that the history of Bangladesh and the history of the Chhatra League are inextricably linked. He said, “From the independence movement of our Bengali nation in Bangladesh to the independence struggle and later the formation of the country, Chhatra League has played a leading role in all fields. Following the glorious path of the past, Chhatra League will play a role in helping Bangladesh reach its dream destination in the future. After the meeting, Hashan Mahmud said, ‘Cinema industry, television industry, and connectivity were discussed. Our television channels in Tripura, Delhi, and other states of India have no difficulty in broadcasting but cannot show in West Bengal. Cable operators their demand crores of rupees initially and crores of rupees annually. Which is not possible for our channels. We have discussed whether the central government can do something about this or not. Hashan Mahmud said, ‘Many people go to India from Bangladesh for treatment. But getting the visa is delayed. We have discussed how to make it easier. Indian High Commissioner Prannoy Verma told reporters, ‘This is my first meeting with the Information Minister of Bangladesh. A very sincere discussion took place. Through the sacrifices of the people of Bangladesh and India in the liberation war, a unique bond has been forged between the two countries. In the past decade, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have taken that relationship to new heights.