After BJP, BJMP launched
Poriborton Correspondent 2:09 pm, September 22, 2017
A new political party called Bangladesh Minority Janata Party (BMJP) has been launched to realize the seven point demands reflecting the ideals of Liberation War of Bangladesh. The party officially announced their formation at a program in National Press Club on Friday.
Leader of Hindus and information technologist Birendranath Adhikari announced a committee comprised of 101 and Sukriti Kumar Mandal as its General Secretary and Shyamo,l Kumar Ro its President.
Sukriti Kumar Mandal said, BMJP will work to realize the seven point demands reflecting the ideals of Liberation War.
The seven point goals of the party are a safeguard for the Constitution, people's representation and empowerment, equal rights and equal stature, forging and enacting laws friendly to interest, eliminating discrepancies among education system, ensuring punishments for repressors of minorities and making a secular Bangladesh free of apartheid, religious bigotry, and terror.
Vice President of the new committee Dr Mohammad Abdul Hai, Gyan Bikash Chakma, Senior Joint General Secretary Palash KAnti Dey, Malcom Medis, Nupur Ghosh and others were present at the meeting.
Earlier, Bangladesh Janata Party (BJP) with Hindu, Buddhist, Christian indigenous organizations were formed.
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