Published:  12:10 AM, 22 October 2021

'Anti-liberation forces trying to destabilize communal harmony'

'Anti-liberation forces trying to destabilize communal harmony' Abul Hassan Mahmud Ali MP, Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Ministry of Finance, inaugurates a newly-constructed building of Gausul Azam BNSB Eye Hospital in Dinajpur as chief guest on Thursday. -AA
 
Those who can't digest the independence of the country are continuously trying to destabilize the communal harmony of the country, said Abul Hassan Mahmud Ali MP, Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Ministry of Finance.

The former foreign minister came up with the remarks while inaugurating a newly constructed building of Gausul Azam BNSB Eye Hospital in Dinajpur as chief guest on Thursday. He said, "Being jealous of development and progress of the country under visionary leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, a section of people are trying to make disturbance in a planned way by destroying communal harmony in the country."

He urged all to stay alert and work together to alleviate these evil forces from the country. "The government is working to ensure advanced treatment facilities for the people", he added.

Addressing the program as special guest, Jatiya Sangsad Whip Iqbalur Rahim said, "The people of country are living in peace under the rule of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. A vested quarter is trying to create communal disharmony between Muslims and Hindus to obstruct the development process of the country."

Presided over by Dinajpur Deputy Commissioner Khaled Mohammad Zaki, Superintendent of Police (SP) Mohammad Anwar Hossain, Rangpur Division Social Welfare Office Director Md Abdul Motaleb Sarker, Dinajpur Zila Awami League Vice President Adv Abdul Latif, Civil Surgeon Dr Abdul Quddus and Bangladesh National Society for the Blind General Secretary Dr Chowdhury Mosaddequl Isdani addressed the program.

--- Siddik Hossain in Dinajpur



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