Stay alert to communal instigators, Hasan urges people
Information and Broadcasting Minister Hasan Mahmud addresses the inaugural ceremony of a colorful procession of a five-day Sree Sree Jamnastami Utsab, one of the main festivals of the Hindu community, as it passes by Andarkillah in Chattogram as the main guest, Friday morning. – BSS photo.
Information and Broadcasting Minister Hasan Mahmud has urged people from all walks of life to always be vigilant of communal instigators so that none can destroy communal harmony in the country.
“Bangladesh was born as a non-community state with the bloodshed of Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Christians under the leadership of the father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman,” he said. .
Hasan said that Bangladesh was born to create a non-community state out of the community state system of Pakistan.
He said this as the chief guest at the inaugural ceremony of a colorful procession of a five-day Sree Sree Jamnastami Utsab, one of the major festivals of the Hindu community, at the city’s Andarkillah crossing this morning.
“There are a few political parties in Bangladesh that play politics by capitalizing on communalism. They throw communal slogans during elections, saying that the Awami League is the party of Hindus. The Bangladesh Awami League is the party of all including Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and Christians,” Dr Hasan added.
Former Chattogram City Awami League AJM Mayor and Secretary General Nasir Uddin opened the ceremony.
Janmastami Udjapan Parishad Chattogram Organizer Mikel Dey presided over the ceremony while Metropolitan Police Commissioner of Chattogram Krisnapada Roy, Chairman of Sree Sree Janmashtami Udjapan Parishad Bangladesh Sukumar Chowdhury, its General Secretary Engineer Prabir Kumar Sen and different religious organizations , professional organizations and public representatives were present. function.
Sree Sree Janmashtami Udjapan Parishad Bangladesh organized a colorful rally that marched through different major streets.
Thousands of Hindu devotees, regardless of gender and age, including theologians, hermits, hundreds of students from different educational institutions, joined the procession which was witnessed by onlookers and passers-by on both sides of the city streets.