DUAA for social movement against women repressionDU Correspondent
Former Dhaka University students on Sunday said that moral degradation of the people increased the number of incidents of women and children repression in the country.
At a human chain formed by the Dhaka University Alumni Association at the Raju Bhaskarja at the university, they also urged all for launching social movement against violence against women and children.
Former Dhaka University Central Students Union vice-president Mahfuza Khanam, said that the violence against women and children was on the rise due to moral degradation of the people.
Workers Party of Bangladesh president Rashed Khan Menon, also a ruling alliance lawmaker, said the current protest was not enough to combat the social problems like violence against women and children.
He demanded proper implementation of the laws against atrocities on women.
‘The young generation along with others in the society must play pioneer role to stop such violence,’ he said.
Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal faction leader ASM Abdur Rob, also former DUCSU vice-president, said. ‘The society is heading for the worst as we have failed to ensure security of the women and children even after a long time of the War of Independence.’
He demanded execution of the perpetrators in public and urged all for initiating a social movement against violence against women and children.
Dhaka University vice-chancellor AAMS Arefin Siddique, former Bangladesh Nationalist Party vice-chairman Selima Rahman, language movement veteran Rowshan Ara Bachchu, Dhaka University Teachers Association vice-president Akhtar Hossain Khan and Dhaka University Alumni Association president Rakib Uddin Khan, among others, addressed the
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