Visit historic Laxmivilas palace, Kirtimandir and MSU to relive the memories of his uncle.

Bangladesh High Commissioner Syed Muazzem Ali felt proud and happy to visit Vadodara where his uncle once taught in Baroda college. He visit the historic Laxmivilas palace, Kirtimandir and MSU to relive the memories of his uncle.

The High Commissioner Syed Muazzem Ali visit the cultural city of Vadodara on his maiden visit and describe it as a proud moment for him. He was happy to visit the beautiful marvels which are the identities of Vadodara and wish to come again.

“My uncle Dr. Syed Mujtaba Ali spent nine productive years in Vadodara and was close to Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad. He taught here in the MSU (then Baroda college) from 1935 to 1944 and done lots of research work here. He also invited Mr. Nandalal for the work inside Kirtimandir and had a long and deep association with the city. He later visited Calcutta and became famous Bengali writer there where he mentioned about the city and MSU in his books,” said Ali.
On Friday High Commissioner Syed Muazzem Ali visited Laxmivilas palace and had lunch with the Rajmata and then briefly visits Kirtimandir and MSU. “I came here to relive the memories of my uncle and felt proud to be in the city of Vadodara. The lunch with Rajmata at the palace is a wonderful experience and visit to Kirtimandir and MSU is something I wish for a long time,” said Ali.

He further said that he was in Gandhinagar for attending the programme of PM Narendra Modi on Thursday at Gujarat Forensic Science University.  Police officers from Bangladesh also came here as part of the MOU signed with the Gujarat government.

“The MOU was signed in 2010 with the government and police officers from Bangladesh came here for training at the university. Recently Bangladesh saw the biggest ever cyber crime where the hackers siphoned of millions of dollars from a bank. We are still investigating in the matter. The criminals are more advanced now and our police officers need to be one step ahead of them. Training in such university is beneficial for the police officers from Bangladesh as they more aware and check the crime in more effective manner,” said Ali.

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