MSO and Chattrasena to work together in fight for student rights

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India’s largest Muslim Students’ Organization MSO has been joined an online webinar by bangladesh islami front and Chattrasena central council’s on Bangladesh independence golden jubilee and India-Bangladesh relations.

The chief guest at Webinar was S.U.M. Abdus Samad, Senior Joint Secretary General, Bangladesh Islami Front. The chief lecturer was Islamic scholar Saiful Azam Babar Al Azhari, a PhD researcher from the UK. MSO India’s National President Dr Sujat Ali Qadri and National Secretary Ashfaq Ahmed Asabi and former Union Secretary of the Chattrasena Student Leader Imran Hussain Tushar Were special guests at Webinar. General Secretary Muhammad Nooruddin get the welcome speech at Webinar under the chairmanship of Student Leader Muhammad Maruf Reza, President, Chattrasena Central Council, hosted by International Secretary Yeasin Rasel.

Speakers in Webinar said that the self-sacrifice of the Bengali nation in the fight for rights is a unique history on earth. Bangladesh has reached a developing country on the golden jubilee of Bangladesh’s independence. Bangladesh stands with its head held high in the world. The fundamental progress of the Bengali nation will be possible only through the remembrance and implementation of their dreams and ideals with respect to those brave freedom fighters of 71.

The leaders of the two parties present in Webinar assured that MSO and Bangladesh Islami Chattrasena should work together to maintain India-Bangladesh diplomatic relations and to protect student rights.

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