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Jabbarer Boli Khela begins April 25

Our Correspondent . Chittagong

The 104th Abdul Jabbar Wrestling Competition, popularly known as Jabbarer Boli Khela, is going to begin on April 25 at the historic Laldighi Maidan in the Chittagong city.
The century-old historic wrestling competition and celebrations of the Bangla New Year are organised every year with much enthusiasm and cultural zeal.
Abdul Jabbar Smriti Kusti Praitijogita and Baishakhi Mela Committee organises the programmes every year.  
A three-day Baishakhi Mela will be held at Laldighi Maidan and its adjoining areas. The fair starting on April 24 will end on April 26.  

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