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Budi N

Budi Nugroho P.


Dear Sir/Madam,

21 February, International Mother Language Day; Congratulation.
13 February, world radio day; Congratulation. 
I am a Bangladeshi freelance journalist, researcher, social activist. I am
requesting your country to broadcast program in Bangla (Bengali). 

It is perhaps the only language on the basis of which an independent state was
created (Bangladesh). At present, in terms of the number of native speakers in any
language; Bangla is the 7th and more than 250 million people speaking Bangla.
According to one statistic in 2050 the number of its speaker will in the age group
between 14 to 25 rises into 316 million.

Bangla is the state language of Bangladesh and one of the 18 language listed in the
Indian constitution. Also 2002 Sierra Leone declares Bangla one of their state

Moreover Bangla is the only language on the earth for which its speakers late their
life and UN declare 21st February on the International Mother Language Day. This day
was introduced by the UNESCO in recognition of the sanctity and preservation of all
vernacular language in the world. This event began being observed from 21st February
2000 throughout the world.

Bangladesh, India, UK, Portugal, Japan, Australia have already build Shaheed Minar
(Language Moment) in honor of language martyrs and mother tongue of all other nation
and ethnic. A similar monument is going to build in many countries in the world.

A large number of Bangla speaking people live in different parts of the world;
including your country. At present the national radio of USA, UK, Germany, Italy,
Iran, China, Japan, Russia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Radio Veritas Asia, Trans
World Radio, Adventist World Radio, United Nations Radio have already broadcasting
Bangla programs.

Please broadcast Bangla program. The Bangla program in your media will help build
strong relationship between two different cultures.

Rezaul Amin

President Jokowi tried the national electric motor Gesits in the presence of the Menristekdikti and the chancellors, on the page of the Merdeka Palace, Jakarta, Wednesday (7/11) afternoon. 

President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) said that the national electric motorbike of Garansindo Electric Scooter ITS or Gesits had been undergoing trials for a long time. For speed, for example, it has been tested from Jakarta to Bali, and there are no problems.

"I tried it, because there was no exhaust sound, there were no grills. So smooth and this is very environmentally friendly, "said President Jokowi after testing the Gesits electric motorbike in the courtyard of the Presidential Palace, Jakarta, Wednesday (7/11) morning.

According to the President, the national electric motorcycles will soon be produced, approximately 1 year produced 60,000 units, 1 month 5,000 units. But if the market welcomes this can be raised.

"This is the 100% Indonesian brand and principle. "Electric motorcycle," said the President.

Although 100% of Indonesia's production, President Jokowi did not think about the possibility of providing protection against the marketing of Gesits motorcycles. He just said, consumers are given choices. (info: sekkab)


President Joko Widodo on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, reviewed the development of the Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) project at the Hotel Indonesia Roundabout (HI) MRT Station. His arrival was welcomed by, among others, Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi, DKI Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan, and PT MRT Managing Director William Sabandar.

Arrive at the Roundabout HI MRT Station at around 09.00 WIB, the President goes straight to the departure platform. From there, the President along with the group tried the latest transportation modes in Jakarta with the aim of Depo MRT Lebak Bulu, South Jakarta.

The President's trip from HI Roundabout MRT Station to Lebak Bulus MRT Depot is taken in approximately 30 minutes. The number of train cars that were currently ridden by the President was 6 cars with each with a capacity of 48 seats, including 6 seats for pregnant women and the elderly.

"We jointly tried the MRT from Bundaran HI to Lebak Bulus for 16 kilometers," said the President upon his arrival at the Lebak Bulus MRT Depot.

The project, said the President, is in the final stage of completion and is expected to be operational soon to serve the community in March 2019.


Prrésident Joko Widodo ride a custom motorcycle on a visit in Tangerang.