Moynul Bhuiyan: Brahmanbaria The Minister of Liberation War Affairs A. A. M. Mozammel Haque. The minister made the allegation at a function held at noon on Friday on the occasion of two epochs and conferences organized by Brahmanbaria Khelaghor. The minister said, “Those who came to power after the assassination of Bangabandhu distorted the history of the liberation war. They wanted to turn the country into a failed, dysfunctional state. A class of scholars of the country misinterpret religion. Basically secularism means, not secularism. He will follow the religion of everyone. No one will stop anyone from practicing their religion. ‘ The Minister was the chief guest at the function organized at Shaheed Dhirendranath Dutta Bahasa Chattar. The program was inaugurated by Brahmanbaria-3 MP. A. M. Ubaidul Moktadir Chowdhury. District sports president said. Abu Saeed presided over the ceremony as a special guest, reserved women’s seat MP Umme Fatema Nazma Begum, Brahmanbaria Deputy Commissioner. Shahgir Alam, Superintendent of Police Mohammad Anisur Rahman, Managing Director of Universal Medical College Hospital. Ashish Kumar Chakraborty, Pranoy Saha, General Secretary of Kendriya Khelaghor, Riaz Uddin Jami, President of Brahmanbaria Press Club, Jabed Rahim Bijan, General Secretary and Anjan Mallick, Director of Everest Pharmaceuticals Limited. At the beginning of the program, a colorful procession came out from Shaheed Dhirendranath Datta Bhasha Chattar at the initiative of District Khelaghor and marched around the main roads of the city. In the afternoon, the second session of the Shilpakala Academy auditorium. A 71-member committee was announced with Abu Saeed as president and Nihar Ranjan Sarkar as general secretary. Former Director General of the Department of Secondary and Higher Education Professor Fahima Khatun was the chief guest at the function held at Bahasa Chattar in the evening. More than one and a half hundred students of different school student cabinets of the district were given reception at the function.
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