If necessary Juba League will work against corruption even within the party ': Parash


Juba League Chairman Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash has said that Juba League needs to play its role as a voice against corruption in the country's infrastructure and development projects. Bangladesh Awami Juba League will protest against any corruption even within the party of need.

He made the remarks at the inaugural function of the Bangladesh Awami Juba League's founding anniversary discussion meeting, work exhibition and third phase shelter project at Shilpakala Academy in the capital on Thursday (November 11). The event was inaugurated by Amir Hossain Amu, a member of the Awami League's advisory council and former chairman of the organization. Awami League presidium member and another former chairman of the organization Sheikh Fazlul Karim Selim spoke as the chief guest.

Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash said, ‘I have been performing state duties for 13 years due to the popularity and political foresight of Bangabandhu Kanya. Under his leadership, we have also gained status as a developing country.  Our responsibilities and roles in this new reality have multiplied. Historically, the Juba League has always played a role as a voice of protest against various injustices.

In this regard, he reminded the countless leaders and activists of Juba League including Shaheed Nur Hossain who sacrificed their lives in protest against the dictatorship movement and called upon the present generation of Juba League to continue that trend. Juba League Chairman Sheikh Parash said, "Juba League needs to play its role as a voice against corruption in the country's infrastructure and development projects."  If necessary, Bangladesh Awami Juba League will protest against any corruption within the party. '

Juba League has always been uncompromising in establishing Bangabandhu's policy ideology and in establishing Bangabandhu and Bangabandhu's daughter Sonar Bangla, he said, "there is a place for regret.  It is a matter of regret that countless leaders are still being neglected and persecuted. Some unscrupulous so-called leaders are depriving our tried and tested leaders and workers in times of trouble by giving place to infiltrators in the party for personal gain. It is extremely harmful for the organization as the terrorists and miscreants of BNP-Jamaat are being rehabilitated and infiltrating the party is doing us extreme harm. '

He said, "Bangabandhu had deep faith in the youth.  Bangabandhu's ideology is to build a patriotic politics, a politics of honesty, and a society free from exploitation.  And Bangabandhu's dream is - a Bangladesh of economic liberation and self-respecting happiness and prosperity. I believe that Juba League will play a role in creating a social system based on justice and equal rights. '

Addressing the leaders and workers of Juba League, he said, "Our leader is a shining example in front of us. Who is universally recognized today as one of the most successful statesmen in the world through four decades of struggle.He did not look for any shortcut to success. He could have tried his father's murder in a special tribunal.  But he did not.  He could have come to power in 2001 if he had compromised with foreign masters.  He did not.  We are proud that we do politics under the leadership of Bangabandhu Kanya. '

Calling on the leaders and workers of Juba League to work hard to increase their skills, Sheikh Parash said, "My father Sheikh Fazlul Haque Moni, the founding chairman of Juba League, created this organization with many dreams under the direction of Bangabandhu."  He also wanted a social system based on justice and equality.  In the formation of such a social system, the youth of Bengal will play a role both as a craftsman and at the same time as a protector of the social system. '

Recalling the message given by the Julig chairman, Sheikh Parash said, "No one can be tortured.  Because our leader Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib, the father of the nation, has fought against oppression and exploitation all his life. So it cannot be accepted that his people will be tortured in Bangladesh.  The Bangladesh Awami Juba League cannot accept this. So we will resist the extremist fundamentalist forces. And they have to be defeated whenever they get up.  It is the responsibility of all citizens of any civilized society. "

Juba League Chairman Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash hopes that the present generation will lead this society towards scientific progress nurtured by the spirit of liberation war.

The organization hoisted national and party flags at its central office at 6 am on the occasion of its 49th founding anniversary.  Later at 8:30 am at Bangabandhu Bhaban in Dhanmondi flowers were paid to the portrait of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and at 9:30 am at Banani Cemetery tributes were paid to all the martyrs including Jubo League founder chairman Shahid Sheikh Fazlul Haque Moni.  Besides, a cultural program has been organized in front of the central office on Bangabandhu Avenue in the afternoon.

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