Bangladesh land of communal harmony: public representatives

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RANGPUR, July 13, 2018 (BSS) – Local public representatives at an
inaugural function of a temple at Chandanpat Barovita village in Sadar
upazila here have said Bangladesh is a land of communal harmony for time
immemorial.

“The present government is working to ensure welfare of the people
irrespective of caste, creed and religion,” said Sadar Upazila Parishad
Chairman Nasima Zaman Boby while addressing the function held on Thursday
afternoon as the chief guest.

The Chandanpat Barovita Universal Crematory authority organised the
function on the occasion of inauguration of the temple and renovation of the
crematory with Chairman of Chandanpat Union Parishad, Md Aminur Rahman in the
chair.

Member of Rangpur Zila Parishad and President of district unit of
Bangladesh Awami Swechchasebak League Sirajul Islam and its General Secretary
Dhanojeet Ghosh Taposh, Acting President of district unit of Bangladesh Puja
Udjapon parishad Ajoy Prasad Babon, addressed the function as special guests.

Nasima Zaman Boby inaugurated the new temple and renovation work of the
crematory there by cutting a ribbon in presence of hundreds of common people
of the local area.

In her speech, Boby said the present government led by Prime Minister
Sheikh Hasina firmly believes in communal harmony and people of all faiths in
the country are enjoying equal rights in nurturing their own religious
rituals.

She also called upon religious leaders of all faiths to assist the present
government and work unitedly imbued with the spirit of the War of Liberation
to establish sustainable peace, equality and brotherhood in the society for
speeding up national progress.