Dr.Dipu Siddiqui:On Tuesday, March 28, 2023 AD, the 602nd session of the seminar on Bangabandhu’s political philosophy was held. The seminar was organized by JANIPOP and held on Zoom Webinar. The event was chaired by JANIPOP’s founder chairman Prof. Dr. Major Nazmul Ahsan Kalimullah, BNCCO.
The seminar was attended by several prominent personalities, including Bangladesh Bharat Maitri Samiti General Secretary Bir Muktijoddha Subir Kushari, who was the chief guest, and a professor from Jahangirnagar University who was the guest of honor. Other special guests included Amatun Noor, a former leader of Chhatra League, and a woman entrepreneur, Shyamal Chakraborty, an ex meritorious student of Rabindra Bharati University, Asish Narayan Sarkar, a Lecturer of Panchpir College from Kurigram, Sagar Ahmed, and Ferdous Wahid Bappi, National Volunteer of Janipop.
The key discussant in the seminar was Proshanta Kumar Sarkar, a PhD Researcher of Bangabandhu Science and Technology University, Gopalganj.
During the seminar, Dr. Kalimullah paid tribute to the memory of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and emphasized his commitment to the emancipation of Bengalis.
Professor Dr. Zebounnessa spoke about the need for extensive research on Bangabandhu, and Subir Kushari highlighted the sacrifice that led to the liberation of Bangladesh.
Amatun Noor stressed the importance of practicing Bangabandhu’s ideals and warned against politics without ideals that work against the welfare of the people. Prashant Kumar Sarkar discussed Bangabandhu and Bengali nationalism, offering a unique perspective on the topic.
The seminar was conducted by the Bangabandhu Commission and America’s Millennium TV Country Director and Daily Presswatch Editor, Deepu Siddiqui. Among others, the event was attended by Shafiul Bashar, an engineer working at Dhaka University, Dr. Mahbubul Haque from Rajshahi, and Bayezida Farzana, Vice Principal of Ideal Kids Care School from Brahmanbaria.
Overall, the 602nd session of the seminar on Bangabandhu’s political philosophy was a success, bringing together a diverse group of people to discuss the ideals and sacrifice of the Father of the Nation. The seminar was a reminder of the importance of continuing to study and practice Bangabandhu’s ideals to create a better future for all.