Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal-Jasod president Hasanul Huq Inu on Wednesday urged the youths to resist corruption, looting and discrimination in the society.
He made the comment while addressing a discussion at Shaheed Colonel Taher Auditorium in the capital’s Bangabandhu Avenue marking the 16th founding anniversary of the Jatiya Juba Jote, the youth organisation of the party.
Inu, joining the discussion organised by the Jatiya Juba Jote central executive committee over telephone as chief guest, said that the COVID-19 situation had exposed the weakness and shortcoming of the country’s existing state and ruling system and that is why, qualitative changes in the system should be brought by reviewing the constitution.
He said that there was no option without establishing universal education, healthcare services and food security as well as use of internet as basic rights.
Presided over by Jatiya Juba Jote president Rokonuzzaman Rokon and moderated by joint general secretary Muhammad Samsul Islam Sumon, the discussion was also addressed by Jasod standing committee member Abdullahil Quaiyum, Jatiya Sramik Jote-Bangladesh president Saifuzzaman Badsha and Jatiya Juba Jote general secretary Shariful Kabir Swapan.
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