Denouncing recent terrorist and racists attacks, Shadow Brexit Minister Sir Keir Starmer told that there is no place for terrorism and racist attacks in the community. Racist terrorists do not belong to any religion, we all need stand together against it. He told his in his Chief Guest’s speech in an Eid re-union meeting which was organised by community leader Sheikh Shamsuddin Ahmed Shamim, Jubel Ahmed, Kabir Miah and Jahir Miah in a restaurant in Camden.
Special guests who addressed the audience included Mayor Richard Kotel, Council Leader Georgia Gold, Cllr Abdul Hai, Shomota Khatun, Chair of B W Surma Centre Abdus Samad, community leader Abdul Gafur, Muhid Miah, Alhaj Mahmudur Rahman, Haji Abdul Mokuddus, Ahmed Ahsan, Mobishwar Ali and other community leaders.
Other guests who attended the event were Mujibur Rahman, Syed Shahin Hossain, Nurul Islam, Jewel Ahmed, Sabbir Ahmed, Ahad Chowdhury, Md Joynal Abedin, Anwaruzzaman Chowdhury, Ahad Chowdhury, Nasir Ahmed, Selim Ahmed, Toraj Miah, Renu Miah, Mostofa Miah and others.