Staff Correspondent: Nur Khan Liton, chief advisor of Human Rights Support Society (HRSS), urged the law enforcement agencies along with the youth society to come forward to protect human rights spontaneously.
He also said it is possible to build a beautiful golden Bangladesh through united efforts of all.
The former executive director of Ain O Salish Kendra (ASK) said this while speaking at the 4th Human Rights Conference’18 held at Shaheed Shafiur Rahman Auditorium of the Supreme Court Bar Council on Friday.
“Country’s overall human rights situation would have deteriorated further, If the basic and constitutional rights of the people are not ensured through controlling the law and order situation. So, the law enforcement agencies need to work more carefully on this matter,” Nur Khan said.
The programme were addressed by Prof Dalim Chandra Barman, ASA University Vice-Chancellor, also founder chairman of the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies of Dhaka University (DU), Dr Saber Ahmed Chowdhury, Associate professor of the department, Dr Shamsunnahar Khanam, Associate Professor of the Department of Government and Politics in Jahangirnagar University (JU), Philip Gain, Director of the Society for Environment and Human Development, and Abul Haseeb Khan, Director of the Resource Integration Centre (RIC).
The conference was chaired by HRSS executive director Nazmul Hassan while conducted by the organisation’s research analyst Omar Faruk.
Ruman Rights activists Imamul Haque Jewel, Aziz Akter and Saiful Islam were also present in the programme.
risingbd/Dhaka/August 10, 2018/Yeamin/A K Azad