Communal violence against Hindu community

Published:  12:05 AM, 22 October 2021

Muktijoddha Sangsad holds harmony rally in Sirajdikhan

Muktijoddha Sangsad holds harmony rally in Sirajdikhan
 
Muktijoddha Sangsad and Muktijoddha Santan Command Sirajdikhan upazila unit organized a harmony rally in protest of communal violence against Hindu community in different parts of the country including Cumilla, Noakhali, Chandpur, Rangpur. The peace rally was started from the Muktijoddha upazila Complex building at 10am on Thursday and circled around the main road of the sadar upazila.

At the end of the rally, a meeting was held at upazila parishad premises. Presided over by former freedom fighter Abdul Matin Hawladar, freedom fighter AKM Samsuddin Ahmed Khayer addressed the gathering as the chief guest. The meeting was conducted by Muktijoddha Sangsad Sontan Command President Md Mahmudul Hasan Jhontu. Heroic freedom fighters Md Chan Mia, SM Kabiruddin, Md Mohan Mia, Ajay Dey were present as special guests. Upazila Muktijoddha Sangsad Santan Command Vice-Presidents Mir Sohag, Faizul Islam, Sumon Ahmed, Maryam Mala and others were also present. Addressing the rally, AKM Samsuddin Ahmed Khair said, "Bangladesh is a country of communal harmony."

He warned that, "The Awami League government believes in secularism. No provocative statement can be made which destroys communal harmony and hinders the country's development."  "Those who do not want the good of the country are doing various conspiracies to destabilize the country's peaceful environment. Those who will try to create communal disharmony are the enemies of the country and the nation," he added.  He called upon all to resist in a united and vigilant manner. Abdul Matin Hawlader, former president of Muktijoddha Sangsad upazila unit, said, "Bangabandhu has worked to build Bangladesh a secular country, and his competent daughter Sheikh Hasina has built Bangla-desh as a country of communal harmony in the world." 

--- Lata Mandol in Sirajdikhan, Munshiganj



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