A social harmony rally was held at Paba

Personal Correspondent: Organized by Paba Upazila Administration of Rajshahi, Upazila Harmony Rally was held to build Sonar Bangla of non-communal spirit with the participation of people of all religions and people of all religions.
The rally was held at the Upazila Parishad Auditorium on Wednesday (September 21) morning to consolidate religious harmony and social bonds.
Upazila Parishad Chairman Bir Muktijoddha was the chief guest in the event under the chairmanship of Paba Upazila Executive Officer Lasmi Chakma. Yasin Ali.
Paba Upazila Assistant Commissioner (Land) Abhijit Sarkar delivered the welcome address under the direction of Upazila Rural Development Officer Samsunnahar.
Paba Upazila Parishad Vice Chairman Mosa Arzia Begum and Wazed Ali Khan, Islamic Foundation Caretaker Ruhul Amin Noori, Nowhata Government Degree College (former) Principal Ashraf Ali Dewan, Haripur Union Parishad Chairman Bajle Rizvi Al Hasan Munzil, Paba Upazila spoke among others. Agriculture Officer. Shafiqul Islam, Officer In-charge (Investigation) of Paba police station of RMP Mubarak Parvez, Hindu priest Ratan Mukherjee.
Besides, heads of different offices of the upazila, political leaders, journalists, imams of mosques, priests of temples, brave freedom fighters, chairman of different unions of upazila, teachers and students of madrasas and colleges from all walks of life participated in the rally.
Speakers present at the harmony rally said, ‘All religions, including Islam, have taught respect to other religions. Everyone should be vocal about creating chaos by creating religious division and spreading rumors and strengthen the bond of harmony and move the country forward.’
Note that I see people as people. I have no such thing as Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Christians in politics. Everyone is human. Social harmony rally has been held at Paba Upazila level of Rajshahi with the aim of promoting religious and social ties and countering religious extremism, militancy, violence and terrorism in view of this protest issue.


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