Bikroy brings ‘50 Years of Bangladesh’ story writing competition to celebrate 50th Independence Day


    Dailynewsun Report:, the Largest Marketplace in Bangladesh, has launched the ‘50 Years of Bangladesh’ – story writing competition, on the occasion of the 50th Independence Day. The stories in this competition need to be about a freedom fighter or someone who, out of their deep-rooted patriotism, has played or is continuing to play an important role in the progress and well-being of the nation and its people.

    The stories can be about themselves, or acquaintances of the contestants. has organized this competition for the third time with the aim of bringing heroic stories of independence in front of everyone.

    The participants need to visit the Bikroy Blog, provide relevant information and submit their story either in written or in video content form. It may be written either in Bangla or English. The competition has started yesterday and the last date of story submission is 4th April 2021.

    Three top story writers or video makers will be selected from the submissions. The first prize of the contest will be BDT 5,000, the second prize will be BDT 3,000, and the third prize will be BDT 2,000. Moreover, the winners will get certificates from Bikroy and the selected stories will be published on the Bikroy blog. The tentative date of the prize-giving ceremony is 11th April 2021.

    Eshita Sharmin, Co-Managing Director of said, “In these 50 years as an independent nation, the glorious events of the Bangladeshis are written as a shining example in history. We want to present the story of these patriots to the younger generation. We want to celebrate the 50th Independence Day with someone who truly loves the country and who has worked or is working for the welfare of the country. This is a wonderful opportunity to share stories of people who have done something good for the community from their respective positions. So start writing, tell us their stories, and let us honor them on the 50th Independence Day of Bangladesh.”