If the Islamic education system is not established then it will not be possible to create ideal people - Shibir president

Yasin Arafat, the central president of Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Shibir, said that the misery of the nation is that the educated people of this country are depriving the people. They are breaking the backbone of the nation. 160 million people are paying for the corruption of a few people running the government. In this situation, there is no alternative to implementing Islamic education system to save the country from the plague of corruption. If the Islamic education system is not established, then value oriented people will not be created.

People of the country have become hostage to the undemocratic behavior of the government

Yasin Arafat, the central president of Bangladesh Islami Chhatra shibir, said that the illegal government is clinging to the neck of the people like a cursed stone. The people of the country are fed up at the excessive actions of the government and their adopted terrorist minions. The government is not only harassing the opposition, but also created unstable conditions in the country by arresting ordinary people and students. In fact, the people of the country have become hostage to the undemocratic behavior of the illegal government.

Activity of evil forces need to be tackled by the ideals

Yasin Arafat, the central president of Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Shibir, said that anti-Islamic evil forces have become alarmed at the continuous advancements of Shibir. There are continuous conspiracies in the country and abroad against Chhatra Shibir, after killings, torture and propaganda could not stop Shibir from going forward. In this situation, all the designs of the evil powers will be faced with ideals.

Effective steps should be taken to teach Bangla language to the street-children and the under privileged people

Yasin Arafat, the central president of Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Shibir, said that children of different levels of the country, along with street children, are being deprived of their mother tongue and its correct practice, which will not be right for the future of Bangladesh. Deprivation of the children from their mother tongue is unwanted. Effective steps should be taken to teach Bangla language to the street-children and the underpriviliged.