Citizens are being deprived as welfare state is not established yet, says Professor Mujibur Rahman
Nayeb-e-Ameer of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami Professor Mujibur Rahman has said, it is really shocking as huge quantity of resources and products have been ruined due to massive blaze in Rajdhani Super Market, one of the biggest shopping malls in Dhaka, that was doused one and a half hours after it broke out. The victim traders would face severe crisis in the days to come, he warned. Jamaat leader further urged the government to pay due compensation to the victims and also to take proper steps for the rehabilitation of the affected businessmen.
Professor Mujib made the statement while visiting the spot this morning. He was accompanied by Jamaat’s central executive committee member and Dhaka city South Ameer Nurul Islam Bulbul, Dhaka city South unit Jamaat’s working committee member and former central President of Islami Chhatrashibir Abdul Zabbar, Professor Abdul Mannan, Abdus Salam, Ashraful Alam Imon and others.
During the visit, Professor Mujib talked to the victims. He extended his sympathy towards them and asked them to have full trust and confidence upon Almighty Allah. He also prayed seeking Almighty Allah’s blessings so that the affected businessmen can overcome the challenges of this crucial period. He also assured to provide assistances and support from Jamaat-e-Islami, as much as possible.
Professor Mujib stated that it is the obligation of the government to resolve the mass crises. But the citizens are being deprived from such facilities as a welfare state is not established here yet. If justice exists, the problems could be resolved pragmatically and justifiably. But justice and peace become far cry due to greed of power and corruption of the incumbent authorities, he added. There is no alternative but establishing an Islamic state to bring an end to the public crises and acute sufferings.