If you have qualifications you will not need any big brother including lobbying: Sheikh Parash

 

If you have qualifications you will not need any big brother including lobbying: Sheikh Parash

Parash does not want 'sick competition' in politics. Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash said "Success must be achieved through hard work.  No one will need to jump if there are qualifications and skills. There is no need to bribe anyone. No big brother will be needed.'

Juba League Chairman Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash has called upon the leaders and workers to give up the 'unhealthy competition' to rise above each other in politics.

He made the call at a discussion meeting in the capital on Saturday morning.

On the 83rd birthday of Shaheed Sheikh Fazlul Haque Moni the founder of Juba League Juba League organized a discussion meeting on Bangabandhu Avenue on Saturday. In it, Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash said I have to stop the sick competition of who will get up and where.  No one will need to jump if there are qualifications and skills.

‘Qualification will bring you to the door of success. There is no need to bribe or lobby anyone. No big brother will be needed. '

The establishment of a humane, science-based, non-communal social system is the goal of Juba League in the coming days, said Parash.

Recalling his father's ideal, he said, "Sheikh Mani dreamed of building Bangabandhu's golden Bengal by organizing the youth through the establishment of Juba League." Today, under the leadership of the daughter of Bangabandhu, we are in Qatar, a developing country. We need to identify what the next struggle is what the adversity is."

Parash also believes that if a rational environment is created oppression of common people will be reduced and people will be free from superstition.

"Communal power will not be able to rise again," he said. In our Bangladesh of this harmony, it will no longer be able to create religious divisions, it will not be able to create religious riots. It is no longer possible to deceive people if a science and merit-based society is created.'

"Secularism has no place in a progressive society," he said. Whoever believes in him.  Faith can never be imposed. '

Parash said,"The BNP-Jamaat alliance does not want communal harmony in this country.  Today they are involved in various conspiracies under the guise of propaganda, how to come to power, how to stop this progress of Bangladesh? Their aim is to transform Bangladesh into a backward, fundamentalist and failed state. "

Highlighting various supportive programs of the government, he said that food, winter clothes distribution and telemedicine services as well as shelter programs for the homeless are continuing for the welfare of the people.  On December 6, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate the third phase of the program.

Academician Professor at the meeting. Abdul Mannan Chowdhury said, ‘Politics is not for wealth. We have to do politics for the development of the country and the people. '

Juba League general secretary Mainul Hossain Khan Nikhil said "If the BNP leaders are accusing Khaleda of applying poison, then they have done it themselves for political gain."

Earlier on Saturday morning, Juba League leaders and activists paid their respects at the graves of those killed on August 15 including Shaheed Sheikh Fazlul Haque Mani at Banani Cemetery.


On the birthday of the founder of Juba League, Juba League held various programs including Milad and Doa Mahfil and distribution of food.

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