Pass Bangabandhu’s ideology to future generations: Speaker

DHAKA, Jatiya Sangsad Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin

Chaudhury today urged all to pass on the instances of ideology, patriotism

and bravery of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

from generation to generation.

The undisputed leader of the Bengalis Bangabandhu felt that the

discrimination and exploitation of people should end and fought . . . Pass

his ideology, patriotism and bravery to the new generation, the speaker told

a discussion in the Parliament Complex here.

Dr Chaudhury also asked officials and employees of the parliament

secretariat to know the actual history of the birth of Independent

Bangladesh.

Bangladesh Jatiya Sangsad Secretariat organized the discussion on the

occasion of the National Mourning Day and the 44th martyrdom anniversary of

Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman where the Speaker was

the chief guest.

JS deputy speaker Fazle Rabbi Miah, chairman of the JS standing committee

on Commerce Ministry and senior ruling Awami League leader Tofail Ahmed,

Whips Iqbalur Rahim and Atiur Rahman and parliament secretariat senior

secretary Dr Zafar Ahmed Khan, among others, took part in the discussion.

Recalling the contribution of the Father of the Nation to achieve an

Independent Bangladesh with due respect, she said Bangabandhu's philosophy

was only to attain political and economic emancipation of people.

Referring to the present government's development activities, Shirin

Sharmin said under the charismatic leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh

Hasina, daughter of the Father of the Nation, country had reached a new

height.

Bangladesh is now a role model of development in economic and social

indices, Dr Chaudhury added.

A documentary on the life and works of Bangabandhu was also screened after

the discussion.

Later, special prayers was offered seeking eternal peace of the departed

souls of Bangabandhu and other deceased family members who were assassinated

on the fateful night of August, 1975 and other martyrs who sacrificed their

most valuable lives in different democratic movements, including the War of

Liberation and the Language Movement.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)