The observation of the nongor Bd and the students of Dhaka University took place after the evacuation of the river Buriganga.

nongorBd (Anchor), a social riverin security organization, organized a river observation program with the young students of Dhaka University on the Buriganga River,’Titas’ a surveyed ship with the help of the next BIWTA of illegal occupation of rivers around Dhaka.

The visit took place at 9am on Monday, February 8, 2020 from Dhaka Sadarghat Navy port to Katasur Amin Momin Housing. Twenty-two young students of the film and media department of Dhaka University, after seeing the current image of unplanned religious institutions, continued to ask various questions even after the river was overthrown.

Mr. Khandaker Faridul Islam, Superintendent of Naval Police of Dhaka Range was present as the keynote speaker of the river monitoring program. “It is the responsibility of every citizen of the river river to come forward to protect the river. This huge task is possible for the public awareness activities of the anchor. The purpose of all of us is to create a beautiful riverine environment for the next generation,” she said.

Mr. Mir Mashroor Zaman Rony, teacher of Film and Media Department of Dhaka University and the message editor of Channel I was present as special guest on the occasion.

Speaking at the presidency chaired by Mr. Shuman Shams, the founding president of the river safety social organization, the speakers said that such an arrangement will play a big role in protecting the river with the students and teachers of the respective departments of every university of the #nongorBd (anchor) country for the protection of the river.

Mr. Abdul Abdus Salam, convener of the anchor-Dhaka metropolitan south, was present at the river observation ceremony, and anchor-central member Ruhul Amin, the honorable Fahim Haque Green of Dhaka metropolis.

During the illegal evacuation of both banks of the BIWTA Buriganga River from 30 January 2019, illegal structures including three small tinshed houses, two paved walls, four brick-sand mattresses were removed. photo : F.H. Sobuz

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