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Meeting on issues to be done to prevent climate change in Moulvibazar

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Update : Saturday, September 10, 2022

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On the occasion of the 4th founding anniversary of the Green Movement, an exchange meeting on our actions to prevent climate change was held at Srimangal, Moulvibazar.

Srimangal Upazila Executive Officer Ali Rajib Mahmud Mithun was present as the chief guest in the event organized at the Srimangal Upazila Press Club Auditorium under the chairmanship of Green Movement Srimangal convener Reena Sarkar. Senior teacher, poet and essayist Dipendra Bhattacharya presented the keynote address on the occasion to prevent climate change. Prof. Rajat Subhra Chakraborty delivered the welcome speech on the occasion.

On Saturday afternoon, General Secretary of Srimangal Upazila Press Club, Bikul Chakravarty, was present as the initiator of the program.
Srimangal Upazila Assistant Commissioner Bhumi Sadip Talukdar, President of BMA Srimangal Dr. Haripad Roy, Srimangal Upazila Women Vice Chairman Mitali Dutta, Srimangal Thana Officer In-charge Md. Shamim Or Rashid Talukdar, former Moulvibazar Zilla Parishad were present as special guests. Member Mashiur Rahman Ripon, Srimangal Municipality Panel Mayor Mir A Salam, Upazila Animal Resources Officer Karn Chandra Mallick, Srimangal Traffic Division Police Inspector Tapan Talukdar, Srimangal Power Grid Senior Assistant Manager Prabhashu Sarkar, Faria Srimangal President Debbrat Dutta Habul, Srimangal Upazila Press Club Sr. Vice President Shamim Akhtar Hossain Mintu, MyTV Moulvibazar District Representative Sanjay Kumar Dey.
Also present were successful farmer and nature lover Jalil Khan, businessman Harunur Rashid, journalist Kaushar Ahmad Rion, Al Ibrahim, Suhail Ahmad, Russell Ahmad, women leader of the green movement Zereen Khan, Mithali Dash, Nusrat Jahan Nila, Munni Akhtar, Mala Begum, Ena Begum, Mala Kairi, Sabuj Andolan Kamalganj Upazila leaders Mobsvir Ali and Abdul Qadir.

In the second phase of the program, Swapan Dev Sajal, director of Srimangal Wildlife Service Foundation, Khokon Singh of Stand for Our Endangered Wildlife, Suhel Shyam and nature lover SK Das Suman were honored for playing a unique role in protecting the environment of Srimangal and Moulvibazar district.
Speakers in the meeting said, if people want to survive on earth, one of our tasks at this moment is to focus on protecting the environment. At that time, the poet Dipendra Bhattacharya said, 60 years ago the nature of Srimangal was such that it was dark during the day due to the dense forest. To go to Victoria High School from Chaumuhani, one had to pass through the jungle. Once a part of Srimangal glittered like a diamond in the white sand. That is why the area is named Bali Hira. Which is now known as Balishira. He said, Srimangal’s Hail Haor was extended up to the side of the then Dhaka-Sylhet-present Moulvibazar-Dhaka road. Due to high population, the haor is filling up and now it is moving several kilometers away. Many bills have been filled. Where houses are constantly being built. There was a thick forest all along the banks of Srimangal which is now gone.

Dr. Haripad Roy said in his speech that even 30 years ago it was raining in Lauachhara forest. It was cold when we passed through the forest. But today that is no longer the case. If we want to survive, we need to be environmentally conscious.

In the speech of the chief guest, Upazila Nirbahi Officer Ali Rajib Mahmud Mithun said that the natural history of Srimangal that he heard from Sir Dwipend Bhattacharya should be said that after the next 30/40 years, the Lauachhara that is now there, the Kashban that is next to BTRI. Then it will be in densely populated areas. He said, we can prevent such fate with collective efforts. And if we don’t, maybe nature will do its survival by exterminating humans. At this time, he wished to plant 500 tree saplings in Srimangal upazila this month.


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