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Disseminating national history among young generations stressed

RANGPUR, Dec 13, 2016 (BSS) - Dissemination of the true national history among the young generations has become imperative to bring up them in line with spirit of the War of Liberation and patriotic zeal to realise dream of the martyred freedom fighters.

Leaders of Begum Rokeya University Teachers' Association (BRUTA) and Begum Rokeya University, Rangpur (BRUR) unit of 'Banglar Mukh' expressed the opinion at a post Victory Rally discussion held in the campus today.

The BRUR unit of 'Banglar Mukh', a socio-cultural organisation, organised the Victory Rally-2016 followed by discussion in observance of the Victory Day- 2016.

More than 500 students of different departments of the university participated in the Victory Rally that paraded the campus and streets in the adjoining areas before coming back to the campus.

President of BRUTA Professor DR RM Hafizur Rahman attended and addressed the discussion as the chief guest with President of BRUR unit of 'Banglar Mukh' and Lecturer of the university Mashiur Rahman in the chair.

General Secretary of BRUTA Tabiur Rahman, Senior Vice-president of BRUR unit of "Banglar Mukh' Nuruzzaman Khan, its Vice-president Masudur Rahman and Abinash Chandra Roy and General Secretary Manjurul Islam addressed, among others.

The speakers stressed on disseminating the national history among younger generations for building a razakar-free, secular and developed 'Sonar Bangla' as dreamt by Father of the National Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

The chief guest suggested for forging a rock-solid unity like that in 1971 to work unitedly in establishing permanent peace by eliminating terrorism, militancy and anti-liberation forces to make the hard-earned independence meaningful for everyone.