July 23, 2021


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A clique has carried out violence in the country based on custody: Hanif

Awami League joint general secretary and MP Mahbub-ul-Alam Hanif said, “A clique has carried out violence in the country by relying on custody.” No one will think that he has done a lot of things by using religion to carry out violence. Jamaat-BNPO carried out violence. Their outcome was not good. If you want to take advantage of terrorist activities, the consequences will not be good. ‘

Hanif was speaking at the inaugural function of the mural ‘Janak Jyotirmoy’ on the occasion of the birth centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at the Pabna University of Science and Technology campus on Tuesday afternoon.

The Awami League leader said, “Sheikh Hasina is working for Islam. He has arranged and recognized the certificates of the students of Darul Hasid. And others are doing wrong because of religion. Islam is not a religion of terror, it is a religion of humanity. GOD is Almighty, and if He willed, He could have destroyed all religions. He did not. So why are we exaggerating religion? Komalmati of the madrasa is using the students as a political tool. ‘

Mahbub-ul-Alam Hanif said to the troublemakers, “You are also eating polao meat. Going to waz by helicopter. Doing business with religion. And using students to carry out violence. It can’t be. You have no experience with state power. If that continues, the state will not leave you. ‘

Vice Chancellor of the University M Rostam Ali presided over the function. Before the inauguration ceremony, the chief guest and guests unveiled the plaque of Bangabandhu’s memorial mural ‘Janak Jyotirmoy’. The platform of the mural is 60 feet long and 36 feet wide. You have to cross 6 stairs to get to the mural altar. The 6 stairs have been identified as the 6-point symbol of Bangabandhu, which is the certificate of liberation of Bengalis. You have to go one step further to get to the main altar. The portrait of the original mural is 21 feet high and 15 feet wide. Marks of granite stone around the picture. The altar of flowers for paying homage is made of marble stone. The pillar on the right side of the mural is 18 feet high and 5 feet 6 inches wide. Here are important quotes about Bangabandhu from scholars of different countries of the world.