SHUJAN-Dialogue: Needful Actions of Citizens for Good Governance Held at Bagherhat

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UntitledA dialogue on Needful Actions of Citizens for Good Governance was held on 13 December 2014, arranged by SHUJAN-Citizens for Good Governance, Bagherhat District Committee. Dr. Badiul Alam Majumdar, Central Secretary of SHUJAN was present in the dialogue which was presided over by Professor Mozaffar Hossain, President of the SHUJAN-Bagherhat District Committee. Dilip Kumar Sarkar, Central Coordinator for SHUJAN, Mrs. Farida Begum, President of the Bangladesh Mohila Parishad, Bagherhat District Committee, Advocate Parveen Ahmeed Vice-Chairman, Bagherhat Upazila Parishad and Joining Secretary, District committee, SHUJAN, Professor Amirul Islam, prominent scholar, Sheikh Asad, Executive Director, Udayan Bangladesh, Sheikh Shahidur Rahman, and Abul Kalam Azad also participated in the dialogue. Advocate Shariful Islam Thandu, Secretary of the SHUJAN-Bagherhat District Committee moderated the dialogue.


Chief guest, Dr. Badiul Alam Majumdar, highlighted the election held on 5 January, the insignificant presence of voters, post election status, on-going political crisis, and SHUJAN-thinking and action for citizens to overcome these problems. In his speech, Dilip Kumar Sarker upheld preparation for the national convention which will be held on 27 December 2014, along with responsibilities for district representatives, the extension of the organization, and the importance of bringing like-minded citizens under the flag of SHUJAN. Apart from imparting discourses on due action of SHUJAN and active citizens, SHUJAN leaders and other participants urged all concerns regarding SHUJAN to come forward to save the Sundarbans from massive ecological disaster.


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