9 August 2019, Fri

Jamaat leaders distribute reliefs in flood affected areas of Kurigram district

Central Executive Committee member of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami and party’s Dhaka South City Ameer Nurul Islam Bulbul stated that, the government has unjustifiably executed the top leaders of Jamaat-e-Islami. The government has created a suffocating environment nationwide by dint of imprisonment, tortures, oppression and creating bar against public movement and transportation. Despite such adversities, we have continued our relief tasks to help the flood victims. Jamaat formed a central relief committee which is operating 5 teams to provide services and assistances to the flood victims.

Nurul Islam Bulbul said this while addressing a gathering prior to the relief distribution activities in Nunkhawa union of the Nageshwari Upazila under Kurigram district on Friday. Kurigram district Jamaat Ameer Maulana Abdul Matin Faruqi presided over the program. Among others, Jamaat’s central executive committee member and coordinator of the Rangpur region Maulana Abdul Halim, Rangpur city Jamaat Ameer Professor Mahbubur Rahman Belal, Kurigram Sadar Upazila Jamaat Ameer and former Vice chairman Maulana Abdul Mannan Mia, Nageshwari Upazila’s former Vice chairman Muzibul Haq Belal Master and Islami Chhatrashibir’s Kurigram district president Hafez Hamidul Islam addressed the program.

Mr. Bulbul further said that the countrymen are suffering from various crises including floods, dengue fever, murder and rapes. The government has failed to resolve these crises. It is the obligation and duty of the government to launch coordinated efforts to bring an end to these crises. The government should not neglect the public issues and they must take prompt actions to resist the dengue outbreaks, he added.