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The government is not sincere to the rights of indigenous people

The leaders of the organization of indigenous students of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology University commented that the government is not sincere to implement it, but after a decade of declaration of the United Nations’ indigenous issues.Speakers at the International Tribal Day held at the university on Wednesday. On the occasion of celebrating the day, organizing rallies and rallies organized by the Association of Indigenous Students’ Association of ‘Aboriginal Students’,’ Sast ‘campus at the campus.
Professor in the rally. Rashed Talukder said the government will have to take initiative for the protection of the basic rights of the indigenous people, land, tribal, political, economic, religious, cultural development, education and their lifestyle.Other speakers said that the government is not sincere to provide or provide tribal rights to the indigenous people. After a decade of declaration of the United Nations’ Indigenous Affairs, no such initiative has been taken by the government to implement it.
Prosecutor Zahir Uddin Ahmed was present in the rally, presided over by the organization’s president Paresh Chakma, Tuhin Tripura convener of the day, Ruhul Amin of the Chhatra League and Pintu Chakma, member of the organization.The cultural auditorium was also organized in the central auditorium and discussion of ‘Manipuri Theater’.Meanwhile, Shabir Social Work Division, Conscious Citizen Center, Sylhet (Sanak) and Ethnic Community Development Organization (Ekdo) jointly organized rallies and seminars.

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