The blood of the martyrs of 28th October will not go in vain

Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Shibir Secretary General Mobarak Hossain said that on October 28, 2006, the Awami League gave birth to vicious barbarity to eradicate the Islamic movement from the land of Bengal. They killed Jamaat-Shibir leaders and activists unjustly, but they did not succeed. The martyrs, through their martyrdom, foiled all their conspiracies. So the martyrs are among the topmost towers of our inspiration. The blood of the martyrs of 28th October will not go in vain.

The government is blind in its desire for power, is destroying one constitutional institution after the other

Yasin Arafat, the central president of Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Shibir, said that there is no conspiracy left that the illegal government has not resorted to, in its desire for staying in power and taking away the voting power of the people. Moreover, the government has been staging drama to divert the attention of the people to different areas. The government, in its blind desire for power, is destroying one constitutional institution after the other.

Strong condemnation and protest of the arrest of 6 Shibir activists from Rajshahi

Strong condemnation and protest of the arrest of 6 Shibir activists from Rajshahi and their false involvement in militancy Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Shibir has strongly condemned and protested the arrest of six leaders and activists of Rajshahi Godagari municipality unit of Chhatrashibir, and their false involvement in a case of militancy.

Government is spoiling education environment by ignoring the fair demands of college students

Yasin Arafat, the central president of Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Shibir, said that the progress and development of a country is achieved based on education. But the current education system of the country is frustrating. The government is spoiling education environment by ignoring the fair demands of college students.

Effective measures must be taken to revive the education environment in the flood affected areas

Yasin Arafat, the central president of Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Shibir, said that the educational institutions in many flood-affected areas of the country are still in sad condition, which is negatively affecting the students. Therefore, effective measures should be taken to revive the education environment in the flood affected areas.