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নিরব-স্পর্শিয়ার সায়েন্স ফিকশন সিনেমা ‌`জল কিরণ উখিয়া থানার আয়োজনে উখিয়া কমিউনিটি পুলিশিং সভা অনুষ্ঠিত। আজ বাদে জুমা, কালারমারছড়া মধ্যম অফিস পাড়া শাহ মজিদিয়া পাঞ্জেগানা মসজিদ ও ফোরকানিয়া মাদ্রাসা উদ্বোধন করেন, বাকেরগঞ্জ জেলা পুনরুদ্ধারে আনুষ্ঠানিক আন্দোলন ঘোষণা আজ তরুন সাহসী সাংবাদিক জিয়াউল হক আকন এর শুভ জন্মদিন A discussion meeting was held on the initiative of PFG at Cox’s Bazar on ‘ Role of Citizens’ to prevent violence against women’.- Mahbubur Rahman, Cox’s Bazar. A discussion meeting was held on the initiative of PFG at Cox’s Bazar on ‘ Role of Citizens’ to prevent violence against women’.- Mahbubur Rahman, Cox’s Bazar. Keeping in front of the slogan ‘We want Bangladesh of unity, not conflict’, a discussion meeting titled ‘Role of citizens to prevent violence against women’ was organized by the initiative of PFG members of Cox’s Bazar Sadar Upazila and with the overall cooperation of The Hunger Project Bangladesh. At 03:00 PM in the auditorium of Cox’s Bazar Model High School. The discussion meeting started with the welcoming speech of the president of the program and Chief Advisor of Cox’s Bazar Peace Ambassador District Network-PADN. Manzoor Alam. After that, the head teacher of Cox’s Bazar Model High School, KM Ramzan Ali, presented the main speech on the current situation, causes, types and prevention of violence against women. Then Special Public Prosecutor of Cox’s Bazar Women and Child Abuse Prevention Tribunal-2 and Joint Convener of Cox’s Bazar Sadar Upazila Awami League Advocate Syed Md. Rezaur Rahman Reza spoke about the legal aspects to prevent violence against women. He said that violence against women is the most serious social problem of the present time. To solve this problem, the state provides various legal assistance to women. But, Still, violence against women does not stop. In such a situation, along with the government, the citizens should also be aware of this. Later, Sarwar Alam, police inspector of Cox’s Bazar George Court spoke about police assistance to prevent violence. . During this time, he presented the information of various services of Bangladesh Police to stop the violence before all present. Ayesha Siraj, member of Central Jubo Mahila League, Helenaz Tahera, Vice President of Cox’s Bazar District Women’s League, Masuda Morshed Ivy, head teacher of Cox’s Bazar Girls’ High School, Syed Karim, head teacher of Baitush Sharaf Jabbaria Academy, journalist S.M.Iqbal Bahar Chowdhury, Josna Iqbal, Zafar Alam Didar, Bulbul E Jannat and others spoke. At the time, they said, violence or torture against women is physical, sexual or mental mistreatment or neglect of women by parents, other guardians, friends, classmates or anyone else. And in the present time, this type of oppression on our beloved daughters or mothers and sisters has increased to such an extent that it cannot be controlled in any way. In this situation, our future generation will never see the light of day if the family and the state as well as the conscious part of the society do not come forward to prevent women torture and rape. They will remain in the dark. They also said that men should come forward along with women in preventing violence against women. Everyone should be careful that no one can commit rape in the name of love or friendship.At the end of the meeting, Nasir Uddin, Assistant Education Officer of Cox’s bazar district, delivered the speech. At this time, he said, Bangladesh has become a sanctuary for women torturers and rapists. Children and women are subjected to brutal oppression in cities, villages, hills, plains, educational institutions and workplaces. This situation can no longer be tolerated. We all have to come together to control this situation. A social movement should be built against the oppressors and oppressors. Besides, the implementation of existing laws and religious guidelines to prevent child abuse and rape should be done to a full extent. Finally, the program ended with the closing speech of Manzoor Alam, the president of the program and chief advisor of Cox’s Bazar PADN কয়লা ধুইলে ময়লা যায় না কক্সবাজার সদরে পিএফজির উদ্যোগে ‘নারীর প্রতি সহিংসতা প্রতিরোধে নাগরিকদের করণীয়’ শীর্ষক আলোচনা সভা অনুষ্ঠিত চালের দাম আরও কমবে —পোরশায় খাদ্যমন্ত্রী সাধন চন্দ্র মজুমদার অবৈধ নিয়োগ বাণিজ্যের অভিযোগে এলাকাবাসীর মানববন্ধন,অধ্যক্ষের অপসারণ দাবী

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বাকেরগঞ্জ-সমাজের মানুষের ধর্মীয় বিশ্বাসকে পুঁজি করে জমজমাট ব্যবসা করছে একটি সংঘবদ্ধ প্রতারক চক্র। নিজেদের আলেম দাবি করে এই প্রতারক চক্র বিভিন্ন জেলা-উপজেলায় গড়ে তুলেছেন প্রতারণার জাল।
এমন এক প্রতারক চক্রেরই সন্ধান মিলেছে বাকেরগঞ্জ উপজেলার ১৪ নং নিয়ামতি ইউনিয়ন এর ১নং ওয়ার্ড পোড়াচিনা গ্রামে। হারুন ইয়া হাবিবিয়া কওমি মাদ্রাসা ও এতিমখানার নামে ভুয়া রশিদ তৈরি করে আইনশৃঙ্খলা বাহিনীর চোখ ফাঁকি দিয়ে প্রায় ৩০ বছর ধরে চাঁদা আদায়ের করে আসছে এই প্রতারক চক্র। এলাকার গণ্যমান্য ব্যক্তিদের গোলকধাঁধায় ফেলে নির্বিঘ্নে চালিয়ে যাচ্ছে তাদের এই প্রতারণা। কওমি মাদ্রাসাগুলো সাধারণত সরকারি আর্থিক সহায়তার পরিবর্তে মুসলিম জনসাধারণের সহায়তায় পরিচালিত হয়ে থাকে।

সরেজমিনে গেলে দেখা যায়, দরজা-জানলা বন্ধ টিনের একটি পুরনো ছাপড়া ঘর রয়েছে সেখানে। মাদ্রাসায় কোন শিক্ষক ছাত্রের সন্ধান মেলেনি।

এ বিষয়ে জানতে চাইলে পোড়াচিনা গ্রামের আব্দুল মান্নান এর পুত্র এম এম নেছার উদ্দিন জানান, হারুন ইয়া হাবিবিয়া কওমি মাদ্রাসার প্রতিষ্ঠাতা মৃত হাবিবুর রহমান। আমি দীর্ঘ ৩০ বছর যাবত দেখেছি টিনের তৈরি এই মাদ্রাসাটিতে কখনো কোন শিক্ষার্থী আসে নাই। অথচ বর্তমানেও হাতেমালি চাপরাশির পুত্র হারুন-অর-রশিদ ও তার ভাতিজা হাফিজুর রহমান সহ আব্দুল হালিম এখনো নির্বিঘ্নে ভুয়া রশিদ দিয়ে মাদ্রাসার নামে বিভিন্ন জেলা-উপজেলা থেকে চাঁদা সংগ্রহ করে নিজেদের ব্যাংক একাউন্টে জমা রাখেন। এই ধর্মব্যবসায়ীদের প্রতারণার শিকার হচ্ছেন হাজার হাজার মানুষ। আমরা গ্রামবাসী আইনশৃঙ্খলা বাহিনীর হস্তক্ষেপ কামনা করছি অতি দ্রুত এই প্রতারক চক্র কে আইনের আওতায় আনা হোক।

কাফিলার বাসিন্দা খলিল মৃধা জানান, এই সকল ব্যক্তিরা ধর্মপ্রাণ মুসলমানের অনুভূতি ও ধর্মীয় বিশ্বাসকে পুঁজি করে হারুন ইয়া হাবিবিয়া কওমি মাদ্রাসা ও এতিমখানার নামে ভুয়া রশিদ তৈরি করে প্রতারণার মাধ্যমে চাঁদা আদায় করে আসছে। গ্রামবাসীর পক্ষ থেকে আমি এই প্রতারক চক্র কে আইনের আওতায় আনার দাবি জানাই।

মাদ্রাসা শিক্ষক আব্দুল হালিমকে মুঠোফোনে ফোন দিলে তিনি জানান, আমরা মাদ্রাসার জন্য ২০ হাজার ইট ক্রয় করেছি। এখন নতুন একটি মসজিদ নির্মাণের কাজ ধরতে চাই। মাদ্রাসার শিক্ষার্থীর বিষয়ে জানতে চাইলে বলেন কালেকশনে আছি পরে কথা বলব।

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