KAWNIA, March 14: Assistant High Commissioner of India based in
Rajshahi Shree Avijeet Chatterjee on Sunday said Bangladesh is a land of
all religions where people of all faiths can perform their religious
activities without any hindrances, reports BSS.
The Indian envoy said this while addressing the "Seventh Rangpur
divisional Bhakta Sommiloni, reception and religious discussion 'Shree
Shree Nigomananda Saroswato Ashram" at Mirbag in Kawnia upazila here
this noon as the chief guest.
"Those are real devotees who always engage themselves in the welfare of
the human beings. It is said in all religions that if you want to get
the Creator, you have to engage yourself in the welfare of the humanity
first," he said.
He called upon everybody for performing at least one good deed daily and
said all injustice and wrongdoings will disappear from the society if
everybody works from his respective position for the welfare of the
country and its people.
President of the Divisional Bhakta Sommiloni Committee and noted
educationist Shree Bidyut Kumar Sarker presided over the function.
Trustee of the Hindu Kallyan Trust Advocate Rothish Chandra Bhowmick
Babu Sona, Additional Deputy Commissioner (Education & ICT)
Priyosindhu Talukder, Kawnia Upazila Nirbahi Officer Syed Farhad
Hossain, addressed as special guests.
Principal of Etakumari Shibchandra Roy College Nazrul Islam Hokkani,
Sreemot Swami Akhondananda Saroswati, Sreemot Swami Ameatmananda Moharaj
of Dinajpur Ramakrishna Mission and Chairman of Kursha union Mohammad
Hossain were present.
Later, the Indian envoy along with his wife visited the 'Shree Shree
Nigomananda Saroswato Ashram' and exchanged pleasantries with the