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IndexDhaka, 17th Febraury 2014: Today a seminar organized by EquityBD, a right based campaign group along with CSRL (Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihood), an Oxfam Led civil society alliance with the support of European Union titled “Climate Change in South Asian Countries: Opportunities and Challenges for Regional Cooperation” is held at the national press club where the civil society leaders mentioned that the notion of Nation State is a problem in taking common minimum position in respect or climate change action in South Asia. Civil society is urged to be united in South Asia to made the SAARC accountable.

The seminar is moderated by Rezaul Karim Chowdhury, Chief Moderator EquityBD, keynote paper is presented by Dr. Sarba Raj Khadka from People’s SAARC, a South Asia based civil society alliance in Nepal; Mr. Sanjay Vahsist, Coordinator CANSA (Climate Action Network South Asia), India; Mr Soumaya Dutta, Coordinator, Beyond Copenhagen Collective, India.

The other speakers of the seminar are Lt Gen (Retd.) Mahbubur Raham of BNP, Dr Hasan Mahmud, MP and Ex Minister to forest and environment, Dr. Atiq Rahaman Leading Climate Scientist of the country, Mr. Reaz Hamiddulah, Director General, Ministry of Foreign Ministry; Qumrul Islam Chowdhury leading climate negotiator, Ziaul Haque Mukta, Asia Regional Policy Coordinator of Oxfam, Mr. Snehal Soneji Country Director Oxfam Bangladesh, Ms. Tahmina Rahman, Country Director of Article 19; Mr. Shamsuddoha of PRDI, Dr Golam Sarwar of BUP and Ms. Farhana Sharmin of Practical Action.

Lt Gen (Rtd) Mahbubur Rahman said that, we have to develop the notion as we are the citizen of South Asia so that we can put pressure on our governments and to make SAARC more active in this regard. Dr Hasan Mahmud has mentioned that if countries in South Asia cooperate according to frame of Thimpu Deceleration (2010), South Asia would be the region of immense potentiality and surplus energy.

Soumya Dutta of India said that civil society need to generate alternative community based information in place of information provided by World Bank and other agencies to promote poor people’s agenda in respect of climate change.

Sanjay Vahsist from India insists that there is a need of cooperation among the South Asian countries to form common climate action while World Bank is promoting more investment in this regard. Dr. Sarba Raj Khadka from Nepal says that, People’s SAARC, a convergence process of civil society initiative which have started in 1990, revaluates with climate change agenda to make SAARC accountable.

Mr Riaz Hamidduallah of Foreign Ministry of Bangladesh urges civil society and people’s SAARC to come forward with proposal of specific and achievable projects. Ziaul Hque Mukta of Oxfam Asia gives four specific proposals in this regard, where he emphasizes common but differentiated responsibilities in South Asian countries too. Dr Atiq of BCAS says that in South Asia we should have more science for people instead of making profit. Snehal Soneji mentioned that in respect of climate education young people should be given more important.

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BannerDhaka, 5th November 2013: Today right based civil society networks in cooperation with different students’ cultural organizations of Dhaka University organize

a seminar at the Nowab Ali Chowdhury Senate Building and a photo exhibition at the Teacher Student Centre (TSC) in Dhaka University. The vice chancellor of the university Mr. A A M S Arefin Siddique inaugurates the photo exhibition at 12.30 pm.

The distinguished speakers in the seminar emphasize new leadership especially from youths and students with scientific perspective, so that they can implement appropriate climate strategies. The seminar was moderated by Rezaul Karim Chowdury of EquityBD and the speakers of the seminar were Professor Dr. Amanat Ullah Khan, Associate Professor Dr. Maksudur Rahman of the dept of Geography and Environment of Dhaka University, Dr Ahsan Uddin of CGC, Journalist Golam Mortoza and Zakir Hossain Khan of TIB.

These two separate event are jointly organized by BAPA, BCAS, BIPNetCCBD, CFGN, CLEAN, CSRL, COAST, DUPS, DUTS, ICDF and TIB.

Dr Amanat Ullah Khan says that the country has insufficient data on climate change impact. Dr. Maksudur Rahman elaborates how climate migrants is being entering into the urban areas of the developing countries and especially in Bangladesh and the cities has to be prepared first for climate adaptation. Dr. Maksudur Rahaman adds that, the country in the dire and needs new leadership with scientific perspectives on Climate Change.

Dr Ahsan Uddin says that there is a fundamental need to prepare knowledge based society to face the climate impacts. Knowledge will help the nation to identify what are the risks we will be facing, he adds. He gives categorical elaboration on how cyclone frequency will be increased, salinity intrusion impact will go up to northern areas of the country. He also elaborates how the slow onset climate change impact is happening in the country.

Journalist Golam Mortoza says, that government should not expect that the developed countries will rescue Bangladesh from this climate change impact. He insists on local resource mobilization and making a corruption free development management that needs new leadership especially from students with new type of politics. Zakir Hossain Khan of TIB says that it is not only the government, non government organizations or the civil society organizations has also need to come with science and corruption free perspective to protect the country from the climate change impact.

Dr. Arefin Siddique has inaugurated the photo exhibition later in TSC. He mentions that this is not only statistics, it should also be the evidence based case stories with photos, will help to develop awareness in the country and students. He also said that if such a photo exhibition takes place in abroad will enhance people to people contact in abroad, this is one of the important requirement for climate politics.

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index_photoDhaka, 20th October 2013 : Today six right groups civil society networks namely BAPA, BIPNetCCBD, CCDF, CSRL, CLEAN and EquityBD has organized a seminar title “Climate Induced Migrants : Responsibilities in National and International Level” at National Press Club, and they demand that Bangladesh should initiate necessary research and assessment as home work to strengthen the issue in international climate negotiations, they have also demanded which has also echoed by the Minister Dr. Hasan is that UN Refugee definition should be redefined in view of present increasing nature of climate forced migrants world wide especially in Bangladesh.
The seminar was moderated by Rezaul Karim Chowdhury of EquityBD, Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud was present as the chief guest, other speakers of the seminar was Dr Ahasanuddin, CGC, Golam Rabbani BCAS, Qumrul Islam Chowdhury BEJF, Zakia Hoque of Oxfam_CSRL, Motahar Hossain of BCCJF, Mizanur Rahman NCCB, Progoti Chakma of BIPNetCCBD, Badrul Alam of Krishok Federation. Hasan Mehedi of Humanity Watch has presented the key note presentation.
Dr. Hasan Mahumd Minister for Environment and Forest who also leaded Bangladesh delegation in international climate negotiation for last five years has conceded that fact there was set back on climate migrants issue after 2010, which was fist officially accepted in Cancun climate agreement, it has lost momentum while countries reframe the time line in Durban agreement, i.e., new agreement should reach by 2015 and implementation after 2020. He declared that Bangladesh climate change strategic action plan will be revised and money allocation will be there to do research on climate migrants issue. He also said developed countries have to take responsibilities of climate induced migrants and UN refugee definition has to be revisited to accommodate them.
Qumrul Isalm Chowdhury of BEJF one of the long time climate negotiator said that Bangladesh delegation must demand a work program on climate migrants issue in next Poland conference so that there will be some agreement in Paris during 2015. Dr Ahsanuddin, cited a case from New Zeland that how a climate migrants from a pacific small island demand climate migrant rights in that developed countries. He urged Bangladesh must tell developed world that within its limited capacities the country is spending all most $ 1 billion per year for safety net program. Golam Rabbani of BCAS said that without preparing and implementing a national program on climate migrants Bangladesh claim in international level will be weak. Zakia Haque of Oxfam_CSRL mentioned that European Union and Oxfam in fact supporting both Bangladesh government and also civil society to strengthen there voice in international level.

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Index_photo2Today in a press conference held at the national press club civil society climate networks and organizations demand to integrate the climate adaptation strategy in the forthcoming National Plan and Budget. They also demand a review on the performance of two climate funds and raise question on allocation and effectiveness of BCCSAP (Bangladesh climate change strategic action plan) and on the supremacy of the Ministry of Forest and Environment on it.
Mr. Rezaul Karim Chowdhury of EquityBD moderates the press conference while Mr. Sayed Aminul Haque of EquityBD presents the keynote paper before the journalists. Mr. Mizanur Rahman Bijoy of NCCB, Mr. Tapash Chakraborty of CSRL and Mr. Mainuddin Mahin of BKF were the other speakers. Mr, Mostafa Kamal Akanda of EquityBD addresses the welcome speech in the press conference today.
These civil society rights groups comprise of Bangladesh Poribesh Andolon (BAPA), Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihood (CSRL) led by Oxfam, Climate Finance Governance Network (CFGN) led by TIB, Climate Change Development Forum (CCDF) led by BCAS, Bangladesh Indigenous People Network on Climate Change and Bio Diversity (BIPNetCCBD), Equity and Justice Working Group (EquityBD), Network on Climate Change in Bangladesh (NCCB), Coastal Development Partnership (CDP), Bangladesh Krishok Federation (BKF), Online knowledge Society (OKS), PRAN, VOICE, Nature Campaign Bangladesh, and Humanity Watch.
In the keynote paper Sayed Aminul Haque points out, in view of a UNDP report, allocation for climate in the national budget is reduced down to 5.2% from 7% in last three years where a number of projects have been included. 28 out of 57 ministries and departments have only 1 or 2 climate projects each where inconsistently 9 of them have up to 102 projects. 18 of the ministries and departments have no projects at all. But the fact is, to build up a long term climate adaptation capacity in Bangladesh every ministry and department should have at least some projects to duly address.
Syed Aminul Haque adds, according the same report, the government has implemented 1,316 projects in the last three years out of which only 3.2% had strong relevance with climate adaptation while 8.6% had significance relevance but in rest 87.6% had little or somewhat relevance. This is quite conflicting with the long term goal of the government for mitigating the climate change.
Mizanur Rahman Biojy mentions that, out of 107 projects from climate trust fund, highest 26 projects has been allocated for Chittagong and 22 for Dhaka. But for the most climate impacted Khulna region only 9 projects have been disbursed. He also demands for Green Tax in the next budget from the rich who are somehow responsible for climate impact.
Tapash Chakraborty of CSRL raised question on the government response toward climate adaptation and integration for being much more rhetoric instead of being in real action. He also demands to prepare the national budget through parliamentary process where demand should be identified by the climate affected people through their elected representatives and discuss in the parliament to be finalized.

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Doha, Qatar, 30th Nov 2012. Today tweleve International civil society network from Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America and 7 Bangladeshi Civil Society network in a jointly organized seminar urged developed country to take responsibility of climate forced migrants, as the developed countries are historically responsible for all climate change and high level of carbon emission. The networks are 350.Org USA, Beyond Copenhagen, Parivi and BJVJ from India, Jubilee Debt Campaign and WDM from UK, PACJA (Pan Africa Climate Justice Alliance) from Kenya, PMCC (People’s Movement on Climate Change) and Jubilee South Asia Pacific Movement for Debt and Development (JSAPMDD) from Philippines, LDC Watch and SAAPE (South Asian Alliance for Poverty Eradication) from Nepal; BAPA, BIPNetCCBD, CCDF, CFGN, CSRL, EquityBD and NCCB from Bangladesh. The networks has organized the seminar title “Need of a New UN Protocol, Climate Forced Migrants: On the Question of Rights and Responsibilities” at QNCC, in Hall 5 as a side events of CoP 18 UNFCCC Doha climate conference.

The seminar moderated by Dr. Ahsan Uddin, speakers of the seminars are Dr. Tony Trujan from PMCC, Samuel Ogallha from PACJA, Martin Villela from Jubilee South Latin America and Bolivia, Dr. Koko Warner from United Nation University, Dr. Timsina Netra from SAAPE, Soumya Dutta and Sanjay Vahsist from India, Farah Kabir from Action Aid Bangladesh, Dr Atiq Rahman of BCAS, Golam Rabbani of CCDF has given key note presentation. Rezaul Karim Chowdhury of EquityBD has given welcome speech on behalf of organizers and Zakir Hossain Khan of CFGN has given thanks at the end.

Golam Rabbani in his key note presentation given detail forecast estimate of climate forced migrants. He urged delegated to operationalize para 14 (f) of Cancun Agreement which has accepted the issue of climate forced migration.

Dr. Tony Trujan said, there should be new protocol either in UNFCCC or in UN that the cross boarder migration of climate forced migrants have to have a new legal frame work as they have right to live in view of human rights framework. Samuel Ogallah said that Africa is the most impacted continent in the region while it is responsible for only 4 % of carbon emission, as developed countries are responsible for high level of carbon emission and thereby all climate catastrophes and as there are no plan B planet, then they have to take responsibility of climate forced migrants.

Martin Villela said that climate change has already impacted worse that creating migration and other problems in Latin America, during negotiation country delegation must keep in mind the human right principle, so there must be new logic, to live in this earth. Dr, Timsina Netra said that the present capitalist system has plundered the planet and its natural resources, the beneficiary are the developed country, so the system has to be changed and need of a new paradigm of thinking.

Farah Kabir said that developed countries either have to go for drastic emission cut or they have to consider alternative policies for the people who has forced to migrates, she draw attention on gender dimension of climate migrants. Dr. Koko Warner has mentioned about different dimension of climate forced migrants from different continent from her research. Soumaya Dutta has mentioned how climate problems creating migration in India. Dr Atiq Rahman of BCAS mentioned that all the country delegates at the end of the day have to raise the issue of people has the right to move.

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Dhaka, 24th November 2012. Today in a press conference, held at national press club seven Bangladeshi civil society climate networks along with 12 international networks has launched a post card campaign contained with 16 human stories and 16 demands related to Rights for Climate Forced Migrants. Organizers said that they will distribute these postcards globally especially among the policy makers who will be participating in Doha climate conference during 26th November to 7th December 2012.

Organizers of the press conference are Bangladesh Poribesh Andolon (BAPA), Bangladesh Indeginious People Network for Climate Change and Bio Diversity (BIPNetCCBD), Climate Change Development Forum (CCDF), Climate Finance Governance Network (CFGN), Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihood (CSRL), Equity and Justice Working Group Bangladesh (EquityBD) and Network on Climate Change Bangladesh (NCCB). They said they have 12 international civil society networks also expressed soliddarity with them in this campaign, which will also be campaigning in Doha also in their countries on the issue. They are 350.Org from USA; Beyond Copenhagen Collective, Bharitiya Jana Vighaan Jatra (BJVJ) and Parivi all these three organizations from India; Jubilee South Asia Pacific Development Movement (JSAPMDD) and People’s Movement on Climate Change (PMCC) from Philippines; Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) from Kenya, Least Development Country (LDC) Watch from Brussels, South Asian Alliance on Poverty Eradication (SAAPE) from Nepal, and Jubilee Debt Campaign and World Development Movement from UK.

The press conference was moderated by Rezaul Karim Chowdury of EquityBD, other speakers are Sudipta Chakma of BIPNentCCBD, Zakir Hossain Khan from CFGN, Mizanur Rahman Bijoy of NCCB and Tapahs Chkraborty of CSRL. Main presentation was given by Photographer Din Mohammed Shibly and Independent documentary Filmmaker Barkat Ullah Maruf who has prepared this postcard campaign taking sixteen case stories from sixteen climate hotspots of Bangladesh varied from South west Sathkira to Northern districts Kurigram.

Each of the postcard contain each unique demand and in the back page contain with a short case story of climate migrants. Among the 16 slogans, most popular ones are “1 out of 30 people in globe and 1 out of 7 in Bangladesh will be climate forced migrants in near future”. “Climate forced migrants are not threats, it’s our common but differentiate responsibility”. “Are our cities ready to accommodate climate forced migrants? Is it fair to let them be mere slum dwellers?”. “Allow natural labors to move freely across the borders exactly like the capital and goods”. “High carbon emitting countries must take responsibilities of the climate forced migrants”. “A new UN protocol is needed”. “Consider climate forced migrants as universal natural person”. “Ionospheres are our global public goods”. “Every human being has the equal right to enjoy and protect it. Prepare internal displacement and rehabilitation policy focusing climate forced migrants”. “Women, children and adult are the trapped population in climate hotspots due to climate forced migration”.

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Dhaka, 12th November 2012. Today in a seminar held at national press club title “Climate Induced Migrants: Adaptation and National Policy” civil society urged government to do appropriate home work and stressed to prepare a national policy on climate displacement. The seminar was organized by countries seven civil society networks namely, Bangladesh Poribesh Andolon (BAPA), Bangladesh Indigenous People Network on Climate Change and Bio Diversity ( BIPNetCCBD), Climate Change Development Forum (CCDF), Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihood (CSRL), Climate Finance Governance Network (CFGN), Equity and Justice Working Group Bangladesh (EquityBD) and Network on Climate Change Bangladesh (NCCB).

The seminar was attended by Minister Dr. Hasan Mahmud as Chief Guest, moderated by Rezaul Karim Chowdhury of EquityBD; key note presentation was given by Mizanur Rahman Bijoy of NCCB, Din Mohammed Shibly a free lance photographer and Hasan Mehedi of Humanitywatch. Other speakers of the seminar were, Dr. Ahsan Uddin of CGC, Ziaul Haque Mukta of Oxfam / CSRL, Mrinal Kanti Tripura of BIPNetCCBD, Zakir Hossain Khan of TIB / CFGN, Jahangir Hossain Masum of CDP, Iqbal Uddin of RDRS, and Badurl Alam of Bangladesh Krishok Federation.

Minister Dr. Hasan Mahmud said that soon government will commission a study in this regard which will help to place argument in international level, and also to prepare national policy in this regard. He said that it is because Prime Minister consistent voice in this relation and government effort, formally in Cancun agreement the issue has been formally accepted. It is noted that Prime Minister consistently demanding new international regime for climate induced migrants.

Dr. Ahsan uddin of CGC urged government for review on urbanization policy and as there are valid forecast for internal climate migration, he mentioned that most of slum dwellers are climate migrants from coastal area, they should not be treated in quasi illegal ways, and our cities should be developed and prepared for accommodating them too.

Ziaul Haque Mukta of Oxfam / CSRL urged government to activate foreign ministry in this regard to raise the issue in different international forums, especially in SAARC and WTO level. Zakir Hossain Khan of TIB / CFGN said that there should be appropriate education system focusing technical education in secondary and higher education level especially for coastal region, so that they will get employment while they are displaced. Mizanur Rahman Bijoy of NCCB on behalf of the groups in his key note presentation stressed for an integrated national policy in view of UN internal displacement policy. Rezaul Karim Chowdhry of EquityBD mentioned that there are several international civil society groups started campaign that there should be new UN protocol consideration climate forced migrants as universal natural person, as they have the rights to live and livelihood in places.

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Dhaka, 10 March 2012. Today in workshop speakers opine that, Cure is not the only solution for Bangladesh, we need to build capacity of prevention to face the negative impact of climate change. The workshop titled Sharing understanding and identifying concern: Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) in Sustainable Development” was organized by the Bangladeshi member of the Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network. The members are BPDC, COAST Trust, Dhaka Community Hospital and Dwip Unnayan Shongstha. Chairman of PKSF Dr. Quazi Kholiquzzaman was the chief guest, while Rezaul Karim Chawdhury of COAST Trust and Rafiqul Islam of Dwip Unnayan Songstha moderated the program. The workshop was presided by Saidur rahman of BPDC. Dr. Ahasan Uddin of Centre for Global Change and Taposh Ranjan Chakrabarti of Oxfam GB also spoke at the occasion.

Dr. Quazi Kholiquzzaman said, We have to find out the cause of disaster, we have to work to eradicate that causes. All disasters are not climate change impact. In Bangladesh, marginalized people are most affected due to climate change, so we should consider them first in any talk of climate adaptation.

He also said that, time to control the Carbon emission has been almost finished. Keyoto protocol has been failed to reduce Carbon emission, a new protocol is supposed to be signed. But there are huge confusion about the success of that new treaty or agreement. Tendency of divert the responsibilities of rich countries to the poor in the name of Carbon Trading is not ethical.

Siadur Rahman said, Western countries are mainly responsible for the climate change, but we are the most sufferer. Most vulnerable are the poor communities, and they are adaptation themselves.

Dr. Ahsan Uddin and Tapos Chakrabarti presented two presentations in the climate change impact on Bangladesh and the linkage between Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation

It is to noted that, the two days workshop is being organized to share macro and micro level experiences on DRR and CCA, about 200 representatives of 150 local organization are participating in the program.

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Dhaka, 11th November 2011. Today in a press conference five rights group alliances on the eve of Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF), the CVF comprise most vulnerable countries having its third conference in the capital during 13th and 14th November, also be attended by UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, urged that the CVF should emerge as independent negotiation group in UNFCCC, freeing themselves from the interest of G-77 +China. The rights group comprises networks of Bangladesh Indigenous People Network on Climate Change and Biodiversity (BIPNet), Climate Change Development Forum (CCDF), Campaign for Sustainable Rural Livelihood (CSRL), Equity and Justice Working Group Bangladesh (EquityBD) and Network on Climate Change Bangladesh (NCCB). The press conference was moderated by Ziaul Hoque Mukta of CSRL, a written statement of the group read out by Dr. Ahsan Uddin of CSRL, others speakers of the press conference were Rezaul Karim Chowdhury of EquityBD, Mizanur Rahamn Bijoy of NCCB and Sudipta Chakma of BIPNet. The expectations was also supported by

The group declared series campaign both in Dhaka and country wide in this relation, there is a post card campaign, a youth rally on 12th Nov., and a human chain in Dhaka and all the coastal districts on 13th for drawing attention of the CVF and also of the UN Secretary General.

In the written statement the group place five major demand which are (i) as G-77 plus China grouping in UNFCCC have not been succeeded to reflect the demand of most vulnerable countries (MVCs) in climate change so the CVF should emerge as independent negotiation group in UNFCCC to reflect demand of the 52 climate vulnerable countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America. (ii) they must raise voice that the high emitters developing countries like Brazil, India, Mexico, South Africa should also come under legal binding for mitigation in respect of 2nd commitment period is there is such an agreement in CoP 17 Durban, (iii) CVF must raise the voice to keep the world temperature within 1.5 degree Celsius, and 350 ppm (parts per millions), while developed countries is demanding it to keep in 2 degree Celsius. CVF must give emphasize that 2015 should be the last and peak of year of temperature and emissions, (iv) CVF should demand as our Prime Minister always demanding in different international forum, that there must be a new UN protocol for climate induced migrants to facilitate their resettlement, rehabilitation and re integration, and (v) CVF must be in one voice to demand all climate finance from developed countries should be from public finance and additional to already committed development assistance of 0.7 % of GNI. New levy should be imposed on international aviation and shipping for mobilization climate finance.

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Dhaka, 1st November 2011. Today in a seminar title “Climate Induce Migrants: A Political and Development Challenge” held at national press club speakers mentioned that a comprehensive assessment and action plan on climate migrant is essential to establish demand on this issue at international level. The seminar was organized country’s five largest right groups’ civil society networks, namely BAPA, CSRL, EquityBD, NCCB, SUPRO, and VOICE. The meeting was also attended by Dr. Hasan Mahmud, State Minister for Forest and Environment (MoEF) , the seminar was moderated by Rezaul Karim Chowdhury EquityBD, paper presented by Mizanur Rahman Bijoy of NCCB, two field level case study was presented by Hasan Mehedi Humanity Watch and Mamun or Rashid CODEC, among others speakers of the seminar were, KM Jahangir ex Minister, GiasUddin Ahmed, Member of Parliamentary and Member of Parliamentary Standing Committee on MoEF, Ziaul Haque Mukta CSRL, Golam Rabbani BCAS, Ahmed Swapan VOICE, and Abu Ala Mahmudul Hasan SUPRO.

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