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The tourism fair has finished in Cox’s Bazar

Cox’s Bazar: The week-long Tourism Fair and Beach Carnival concluded in Cox’s Bazar, attracting a crowd of local and international tourists on the final day.

The entire event was organized by the country’s leading local business group, Bashundhara Group.

Yesterday evening, as usual, seminars were held at the Tourism Fair and Beach Carnival, attended by local authorities, including the Deputy Commissioner. In the evening, a prize distribution ceremony and closing event were held under the direction of Jahed Sarwar Sohel, the representative of Cox’s Bazar on Bangladesh Television, with the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner Shahin Imran.

The Chief Guest at the closing ceremony was Md. Mokammel Hossain, Secretary of the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism. Special guests included Abu Taher Mohammad Jaber, Additional Secretary of the Tourism Board, Superintendent of Police Mahfuzul Islam, Awami League President of Cox’s Bazar district Advocate Faridul Islam Chowdhury, General Secretary of Cox’s Bazar district Awami League Mujibur Rahman, Mayor Md. Mahabubur Rahman, President of Cox’s Bazar Press Club Abu Taher, and the Chief Guest of Bashundhara Group, Abu Hena Mostafa Kamal.

District Commissioner Shahin Imran said that there were 39 events during this week-long event. “Through this fair, we have transformed Cox’s Bazar into a festival city. We hope to organize more events like this in the future,” she said.

Later, prizes were distributed among participants in various competitions. Afterward, a music performance was presented by bands like Chirkut and Ravi Chowdhury, along with national artists.

This event aimed to promote tourism and showcase the natural beauty and cultural diversity of Cox’s Bazar, one of Bangladesh’s most popular tourist destinations.

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