DOT Desk:  The second death anniversary of rock legend Ayub Bachchu was observed on Sunday through various programmes, reports Daily Sun.
 On the occasion, Bangladesh Copyright Office unveiled the digital archiving of 272 songs of the country’s celebrated musician. This is for the first time that songs of a Bangladeshi musician are archived by the government.
 State Minister for Cultural Affairs KM Khalid inaugurated the event at the Bangladesh Copyright Office in the capital in the evening. The event was broadcast live on the official Facebook pages of the Copyright Office and Ayub Bachchu’s band LRB.
Different organisations, fan groups and television channels and radio stations held various programmes to pay tribute to the legend. Special prayers and feeding of the destitute were held in different places of the country on the occasion.
Several music stars have also paid their tributes to the rock legend on their social media accounts sharing their photographs and memories with Ayub Bachchu. Noted singers and music artists have also dedicated special tribute performances to the legend.