Tea is deep rooted as an expected industry in Bangladesh: President

President. Abdul Hamid said that tea is laid out as a promising industry in Bangladesh. He trusted that the endeavors of all worried in the tea business including the Ministry of Commerce and Bangladesh Tea Board would keep on promoting increment the commitment of tea industry in the monetary advancement excursion of the country.

The President communicated this assumption in a message gave on Friday (June 3) on the event of ‘Public Tea Day-2022’ on Saturday (June 4). On the event of observing ‘Public Tea Day’ for the second time in the country, he stretched out sincere good tidings to every one of those associated with the tea business.

The President said, “Tea was once one of our commodity items. Afterward, because of expansion in homegrown interest, tea trades declined, yet the public authority found a way different ways to increment tea creation and products. Thus, a record measure of 96.51 million kg of tea has been created in the country in 2021. The public authority has endorsed the Sustainable Development Plan for Tea Industry ‘Guide for Development: Bangladesh Tea Industry’ in 2016.

Moreover, lodging, latrines and cylinder wells, schooling and clinical benefits, strengthening of ladies garden laborers and different kinds of preparing have been given to work on the fundamental necessities and personal satisfaction of tea laborers, he said. There has been a progressive improvement in farming.
Abdul Hamid said that tea is laid out as a promising industry in Bangladesh. The tea business has been profoundly associated with the set of experiences and legacy of Bangladesh for more than 160 years. The excursion of tea industry in the nation began in 1854 with the business creation of tea in Malnichhara tea nursery of Sylhet. Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheik Mujibur Rahman was the principal Bengali Chairman of the Tea Board. He assumed a significant part in the advancement of the tea business during his residency as the Chairman of the Tea Board from 4 June 1956 to 23 October 1956.

He said Bangabandhu did whatever it takes to strengthen research exercises by setting up a lab and library at T Research Station at Srimangal in Moulvibazar. After the nation became free, he did whatever it may take to give monetary help to restoration of war-harmed tea gardens and to foster foundation. In this specific situation, Bangabandhu’s drive to notice ‘Public Tea Day’ on 4 June, the date of joining as the Chairman of the Tea Board, conveys exceptional importance. The President wished accomplishment to every one of the projects assumed the event of ‘Public Tea Day 2022’.