Bangla Mirror Desk
Biman wants to act as an associate partner to build the Sonar Bangla by taking part actively in Prime Ministers’ National Integrity programme. General Manager for Public Relations of Biman Shakil Meraj told this in a stakeholders meeting and Iftar Mahfil organised by UK country office. The Country Manager for UK and Ireland Mohammod Shafiqul Islam conducted the event where a number of representatives from its associate agencies took part.
The event took place in Regent Lake Banqueting hall in East London on 22nd June where Shakil Meraj presented Biman’s thoughts and processes on National Integrity Strategy. He shared his thoughts on how Biman will acquire the trust of general people by this ‘integrity’.
General Manager for Public Relations Shakil Meraj also commented that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has started the ‘national integrity’ in which Biman wants to be an associate partner. He emphasised that rather than thinking about the perks of jobs or profiting as an individual organisation, we all need to think ourselves as owner of Biman and act accordingly. Before instructing junior colleagues of peers on integrity of correction, one must apply those to oneself, he said.
The General Manager for Public Relations also told that there is no alternative of gaining trust in order to get the jobs done by other colleagues.
Other guests who also addressed the audience included veteran politician Sultan Sharif, President of London Bangla Press Club Syed Nahash Pasha, Poet Shamim Azad, community leader Shahgir Bokth Faruque, politician Syed Faruque and Helal Khan of UKBATA.
In the end all took part in Iftar Mahfil which was served by Biman.