The Bhavan, built with the financial assistance of the Bangladesh government, would house a cultural complex including a library and a museum.
"We want this Bhavan to be inaugurated by the end of May. We believe that this Bhavan will be a centre of attraction at Santiniketan," Noor said.
"We have been told that the Prime Minister of India may come to Santiniketan to attend the convocation of Visva Bharati. It will be a matter of great significance if the Prime Ministers of both India and Bangladesh attend the inauguration programme of this cultural complex," he said.
"We strongly condemn such acts which are inexcusable. We are handing out strongest kind of punishment for those having committed such crimes," he said.
Claiming that there is no political problem in Bangladesh now, he said, "To conduct elections the Awami League government has formed a national committee "
Asked if the opposition BNP would also be taking part in the polls, he said, "There can be political differences but everyone must take part in general elections.
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