Press conference of Secular Bangladesh Movement Workshop and discussion program before minority protection vote


Chittagong reporter:
The Secular Bangladesh Movement, UK, is organizing workshops and discussion programs throughout the country regarding the security and security of minority community surrounding upcoming 11th National Election. The program will be conducted with representatives of 40 districts of 8 divisional cities of the country. The program will be inaugurated on Wednesday at the auditorium of the city’s district council.
The seminar was organized by a press conference in the city’s Press Club on Tuesday, said secular Bangladesh Movement, UK President Pushpita Gupta. He said that the minority community of this country has been tortured many times in the attack by Islamic fundamentalist and communal forces. And the level of torture increased before and after the election. The 2001 election is his burning example. Because of this, we will organize awareness and awareness programs with regular meetings and assembly in coordination with the local people’s representatives in the risky areas. Present at the press conference Professor of history department of Dhaka University and advisor to Secular Bangladesh Movement, UK. Mesbah Kamal. He said, the number of minorities in the population of the growing population in our country is gradually decreasing. In 1947, 30 percent of the country’s population was Hindu, 71 earlier this aspect of Pakistani torture came to 18 percent. This number has decreased in the last 47 years of Independent Bangladesh. Currently 9 percent of the people of different religions The only reason we could not make this country as completely unconventional. Whatever the government, the minorities have always been victims of torture. So we want to ensure equality of all through different programs.
At the press conference were also attended by the Secular Bangladesh Movement, UK representative of Bangladesh ATM Rashedul Islam, Chittagong Coordinator Mitu Das Gupta and Abhijit Sharma.


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