September 26, 2021


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Exceeding the limit will have dire consequences

Awami League General Secretary Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader has said that the ongoing communal mischief in the name of Hefazat-e-Islam has exceeded all levels of tolerance. There is a limit to the patience and tolerance of the people. Exceeding the limit will have dire consequences. Obaidul Quader gave this warning at a regular virtual press conference held at his official residence yesterday morning. The Awami League general secretary said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s government is committed to protecting the lives and property of the people. A list of instigators of terrorism, anarchy and communal evil will be prepared and dealt with politically.

At this year’s Ekushey Book Fair, model-actress Ashna Habib Bhabna has published two books titled ‘Pink Land’ and ‘The Tree by the Road had No Religion’. He recently went to the book fair. There is a debate going on about the clothes to go to the book fair after thinking. The actress is upset with this. He wrote on Facebook, is it my fault I went to the book fair after wearing a blouse? Really! Our grandmothers still wear hatakata blouses. Everyone is posting this picture, writing nonsense about me. Speaking of porn! Most of the people who post and write badly are men. What makes all men bad? My father never told me what to wear? What should I wear? Will you decide what we women will wear?

In another post Bhabana writes, I really have nothing to say. For the last three or four days I have been very upset, and frustrated and we can never really respect women! Talking about sleeveless blouses in 2021, I was humiliated on social media. There is nothing more shameful than this. In the sixties and seventies, our grandmothers used to wear sleeveless blouses. Even then it was normal. I believe there is still so. But at this time, because of the sleeveless blouse is talking – what could be more shameful than this? I just think of them, who go to the bus every day, who work in the parlor every day by rickshaw or walk home, every moment we have to be aware, do we have to fix the clothes? How disgusting is their mentality! These are the rapists.

I don’t care about that because I don’t have the time, or I’m used to it or I act, I’m seen on television, so “anyone has the right to say whatever they want about me.” And I don’t care, it’s always true, but I think about them, how many girls are the victims of cyber bullying all the time. Who are you to talk about my clothes? ‘Our government – if our police had given a little help, these crimes might have been reduced a lot. An example could be set if 10 such criminals could be caught and punished under the supervision of cyber crime. This example could have greatly reduced these crimes.