Moulvibazar Online Press Club has organised a tribute evening, “Exchange View”, for Deputy Mayor and councillor Jyotsna Islam and her husband, councillor Sham Islam, and community activist Moon Qureshi.
An exchange of views was held at the conference hall of the RS Kairan Chinese & Bangla Restaurant in Moulvibazar on Friday the 25th of February. In the presence of journalists, community leaders, activists, and many more,
Moulvibazar Online Press Club Executive Member Belal Talukder and General Secretary Shahnewaz Chowdhury Sumon hosted the evening. Officials from the Moulvibazar Online Press Club gave the guests a bouquet when they arrived at the event.
During the meeting, participants discussed various developmental activities in Bangladesh. In addition, the speakers highlighted some obstacles faced by journalists in the country and the role of British-Bangladeshi journalists in Britain. Also, the guests talked about how remittance fighters could help the country’s economy and how they could help the new generation of British-Bangladeshis get to know each other better.
Moulvibazar Online Press Club’s founding advisor, E. Sarkar Jablu, advisor Jitu Talukder, and Co-President Mamunur Rahman Chowdhury Mosu participated.
Amar Gaurab Foundation President Mohammad Altafur Rahman and General Secretary Shirin Akter were also there for the meeting to share their views.
Samia Siddika, office manager, and Iqbal Apan, a photojournalist from Cinebuzz Times Magazine, were also present.
Khizir Mohammad Zulfikar and Mohammad Sajjad, campaigners for the road safety movement, took part in the meeting.
Moulvibazar Online Press Club’s Office Secretary, Imran Khan, Deputy Office Secretary, Ruhul Alam Rani, and Deputy Training Affairs Secretary, Rajan Abedin Raju, were also present.
The guests and participants observed a one-minute silence during the meeting in honour of the martyrs’ language movement. They also wished a speedy recovery to Mohammad Moki’s Mansoor, a prominent Bangladeshi community leader in London.