GOC inaugurated the ‘Pankhwa tribal village’ in Bilai Chhari Nobody will be able to destroy peace and harmony in Chittagong Hill Tracts



Chittagong reporter:

Chief General SM Motiur Rahman of GOC of Chittagong 24 Infantry Division said that on December 2, 1997, the government had signed a peace treaty for establishing peace in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, it was the government’s sincerity, its sincerity and sense of wisdom. Through the peace treaty, the government wanted to create peace, prosperity and stable environment in the mountains, but in the year following the agreement in 1998, a party opposes the agreement and tries to trample the hills instead of peace. All of us should have eyes open, so that the peace-makers and illegal gunmen can not destroy peace. He said the army is always sincere and alert to protect peace and harmony in Chittagong Hill Tracts. No one will be able to destroy peace and harmony here. Any terrorism will be suppressed strictly. He inaugurated the Pankhwarpara Tribal Village in the remote Bileichari upazila of Rangamati on Monday (Monday). These words are said. He also said that the security forces of Bangladesh would not tolerate anybody who wants to shade or try somebody’s semblance of our geographical identity. We feel the depth of the peace agreement, we want to carry forward the peace treaty, we want to show restraint, but never in the exchange of our land. Earlier, GOC of 24 Division Major General SM Motiur Rahman inaugurated the entertainment spot and exhibition center for the development of the local population of Pankhwarpara named ‘Pankhwa Tribal Village’ by the army. Later, he enjoyed pleasant cultural programs in the distribution of Pankhwa people. Later, the local people’s representatives, headmasters, businessmen and dignitaries were present in the discussion with the people in attendance as the chief guest. Rangamati Regian Commander Brigadier General Syed Riyad Mehmud, Commander of Bilihari Zone Commander Lieutenant Colonel Sheikh Abdullah, Second in Command Major Arif Ujjaman, former Chairman of Rangamati Hill District Council Rabindra Lal Chakma, District Council Member, Remoliana Pankhwa, Upazila Chairman Shuvamangal Chakma, Local Headman Anglia Pankhoja and others were present. GOC of Chittagong announced a grant of Tk 6 lakh for cultural development of the people of Pankhwarapara.


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