Rajshahi AL protests vandalism of Bangabandhu sculpture

Published : 07 Dec 2020 10:00 PM

Rajshahi city unit of Awami League took out a huge procession and organised a meeting in front of the party office at Kumarpara in the city in protest against the damage of the sculpture of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and against the nasty ploy of anti-Liberation, anti-sovereignty conspirators of the country.  

The procession was headed and the meeting was attended and addressed, among others, by the President of Rajshahi City Unit of Awami League and RCC Mayor AHM Khairuzzaman Liton, City General Secretary of AL Doublew Sarker, Vice-President Shahin Akhter Reni, Joint Secretary Ahsanul Haque Pintu, Vice-President  Mohammad Ali Kamal, Dr Tabibur Rahman Sheikh, Rezaul Islam Babul, Mostaque Hossain, Azizul Alam Bentu, Mahbub Ul Alam Bulbul, Meer Toufique Ali Bhadu, Mokiduzzzaman Zurat and Advocate Musabbirul Islam. The meeting was conducted by Organising Secretary of City AL Mir Istiaque Ahmed Limon. 

In his speech, AHM Khairuzzaman Liton said that the name of Bangabandhu could not be defaced from the heart of Bangalees by breaking his sculpture. The breaking of the sculpture is not the dishonour of Bangabandhu but to insult of an ideal and a consciousness. The anti-liberation group feel irritated by hearing the name of Bangabandhu, Freedom Struggle and the Awami League but those ignorants do not know that Bangabandhu prevails in the hearts of crores of people which no one will be able to break up. He further said, breaking of the sculpture of Bangabandhu is not an issue but they want to tear apart our loving motherland.

Doublew Sarker said that the fundamental militant group wants to create an anarchic situation in the country under the sponsorship of Tareque Rahman, BNP and Jamaat. But their ill-motive will never be realised on the soil of this Bangla. He added, Bangabandhu is our pride, our constitution, our red-green flag. Those who will try to hit him wants to hit on the Independence and Sovereignty of Bangladesh. He demanded to construct sculptures of Bangandhu in all 64 districts of Bangladesh.