Books Written By Mamata Will Be Preserved In Library

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Howrah: The book written by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will be preserved in Howrah Library. Celebrating the library day on Thursday, these books were given to the 15 libraries in Howrah. Organisers hope that the next generation can learn through this books.

Cooperative minister Arup Roy inaugurated the program. State backward class welfare minister Rajiv Banerjee, District President Chaitali Chakraborty, Mayor Dr. Rathin Chakrabarty, and other prominent personalities, including Sudhangshu Shekhar Dey, the Calcutta Book Fair organizer head were presented at the ceremony.

The Public Library Day was celebrated as directed by the West Bengal department of Library Services. On this occasion, Makardah Saraswat Library and Shyampur library were awarded the best library of the district for this year . On this day a discussion meeting was held for the students. National Teacher Education Officer Braj Mohan Mazumdar and the directors Dr. Nirmal Majhi also participated in this discussion.

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Minister Arup Roy said, congratulates those who kept books written by Chief Minister in the library. He wrote 84 books. If this book is kept in the state library then it is good. Keeping the book of Mamta will increase the attractiveness of the new generation. They will know a lot.

The initiative to bring the new generation to the library will increase. Rajiv Banerjee said, Now libraries have returned. The number of books increased. That’s why everyone wants to go library.