Victory Day celebrated by Step to Humanity and North American Journalists Network

Step to Humanity Bangladesh and Bangladesh North American Journalists Network jointly celebrated the 53rd Victory Day in a befitting manner.

chaired by President of Bangladesh North American Journalist Network, Canadian expatriate journalist Vir Muktijoddha Delwar Zahid Organized a discussion meeting

in virtual mode on December 16 night. At the beginning of the discussion, respect was paid to the lakhs of martyrs and mothers and sisters who lost their honor in the Great War of Liberation.

The elder son of the martyred teacher Mohammad Sadek of Dhaka University and the former director of Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD) participated in the discussion as an honored guest.

Kamrul Hasan and the main speaker was the executive director of Step to Humanity Bangladesh Dr. Anwar Zahid.

Senior journalist Khairul Ahsan Manik, Deputy Chief Reporter of Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS). Sazzad Hossain, senior teacher Shirin Ferdausi, journalist Shamsul Habib, former director of Bard Nasima Akhter,

Md. Rafat Hossain, Kora Hasan Evana and other speakers spoke about the significance of Victory Day and its contemporary relevance.

At this time, journalist Md. Firoz Mia, Esrar Zahid and editor of Daily Global Nation Mahbubur Rahman was present.

In the president’s speech, the brave freedom fighter Delwar Zahid said that the liberation war is not only a regional struggle but an expression of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s visionary politics of spreading democracy,

secularism, nationalism and socialism. He lamented the challenges faced by the country in the last 52 years, citing corruption,

discrimination and communalism as persistent problems hindering the realization of Bangabandhu’s dream of emancipation of farmers and workers.

Step to Humanity-Bangladesh president’s martyred son Kamrul Hasan said that Bangladesh is moving towards its goal under the worthy leadership of Sheikh Hasina,

the daughter of Bangabandhu, leaving behind the continuous conspiracy of the defeated enemies of 1971.

Dr. Anwar highlighted the contemporary challenges of safeguarding independence and highlighted the global importance of Bangladesh as a role model.

He called for the unity of patriots to protect and uphold freedom through hard fighting forces.

Khairul Ahsan Manik pointed out that even after 52 years, the contribution of freedom fighters is embedded in history and said

that public awareness is very important for the meaningful preservation of the history of freedom.

Sazzad Hossain stressed on the young generation to understand the correct history and said that no conspiracy can overshadow the identity of the country.

After the Victory Day celebrations, Step to Humanity Bangladesh conducted an Executive Council meeting under the leadership of Kamrul Hasan.

The meeting discussed future collaborations, community outreach programs and fundraising strategies to enhance humanitarian initiatives and impact journalism.


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