NHRC chief advised the PM to keep distances from flatterers
Anisur Rahman Swapan
Dr. Mizanur Rahman, chairman National Human Rights Association addressing the district conference of human rights activists on Saturday in Barguna advised the PM to keep distances from flatterers to get real picture of the situation.
He said we are seeing that people becoming victims of abduction, disappearances, missing, but the step to ensure safety and security of the people could not be visible. Ensuring safety and security of the life and properties of citizens are the most important duty of the government. There are ghost inside the mustard that means when a virus in the antidote, antidote becomes inactive and failure.
The NHRC chairman as chief guest was addressing the Barguna district conference of the human rights activists at RDF auditorium in Barguna district town.
Trading of making hostages going on in the country. Government should immediately stop and prevent this trading. If only political game like blaming and counter blaming between the rivals going on with such kind of serious issue, then it would not the overcome and solved, the NHRC chief opined.
Dr. Mizan told that red-alert issued for the leaders and activists of a political party. And it is astonishing that how that political party thinks only about the safety and security of their own activists and leaders, instead of the mass people of the country.
Abdul Wahab Bhuiyan, deputy commissioner Barguna, presided over the programme jointly organized by NHRC and Faria Lara Foundation.
Among others Kazi Riazul Islam, member NHRC, Selina Hossain, executive director and Anwar Hossain, Vice-president Faria Lara Foundation, M A Salam and Nirupa Dewan, secretary and member NHRC, Banoshree Mitra Nioagi, coordinator Manusher Jonno Foundation, also addressed the programme.
Edited By: Central Desk