It's my pleasure to welcome all of you who have visited Deshi Voice and supported its journey. As a reader of Somewherein Blog, it's my personal initiative to bring all pro 1971 bloggers to express their ideas and thoughts independently and ardently. I've personally contacted some of the Prolific writers from Somewherein blog and requested them to join my initiative. In order to introduce and familiarize this Deshi Voice initiative, I'm really indebted to Addabaj for his constant and overwhelming support to the cause of this blog. At the beginning, he volunteered to provide some administrative/management support to this blog. I'd like to thank Hasan Murshed to be the first contributor at Deshi Voice.
Presently, we're receiving an overwhelming inquiries from our readers who want to join this blog initiative. I need few more volunteers from the Writers' corner who can assist me in processing the requests from the interested readers. Currently, we've selected only those bloggers who have demonstrated strong write up skills either in Somewherin blog or other blog platforms in promoting the spirit of 1971. Some of the readers have already wondered about the face(s) behind this initiative and they wanted to have some exposures about their beloved authors . In order to save the privacy of all the contributors, I'm committed to withhold personal information about individual authors unless they volunteer to do it in their write ups.
I've already put a message box in our blog and readers are more than welcome to input their comments and feedback about this initiative. In addition, all inquiries should be addressed to me at voice4bd at gmail.com I hope, the spirit of Deshi Voice, a group blog initiative, will be a living testimony of our endless and compassionate tribute to our freedom fighters of 1971. We're still chasing a dream of prosperous and just society in Bangladesh. Therefore, we need to work harder than anytime before to realize their dreams. Long Live Bangladesh!!!