Anti-Bangladesh propaganda: 22 people on the list

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Anti-Bangladesh propaganda: 22 people on the list

Meanwhile, special teams are working to take action against various classes of bureaucrats, officials and hybrid hoodlums hiding in the government.
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The image of the entire country is being undermined due to the propaganda against the independent sovereign Bangladesh. By this, the development and progress of the country is also disrupted. And by this, the government has taken initiative to take action against these propagandists. Recently, the government has been conducting deep investigations against the Bangladesh government at home and abroad. The leaders and workers of Awami League themselves are surprised to see a class of bureaucrats and administrative officials traveling and taking advantage of the anti-independence Jamaat-style institutions in the Secretariat and its surrounding areas. They are often confused that the people of Jamaat League, who have received so many privileges and blessings from the government and the party, are really hybrids of Jamaat or Awami League.
However, the time of these hybrids and Kaua class bureaucrats and businessmen who are already under intelligence surveillance is approaching. Moreover, the government has made a list of 22 people who are involved in spreading propaganda against Bangladesh through various media abroad. The list is prepared from the Ministry of Home Affairs. They have been termed as anti-national gangs. This information was obtained from the minutes of the meeting of the parliamentary standing committee on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs held at the Jatiya Sangsad Bhawan on Thursday. Committee President Colonel (retd) Muhammad Farooq Khan presided over the meeting.
It was said in the meeting that an anti-Bangladesh group is sitting abroad and conspiring against the country based on the upcoming parliamentary elections. Because of them, the image of Bangladesh in the outside world is getting damaged. Against this kind of propaganda, the government's statements on behalf of the ministry should be properly presented to the people of the world and everyone should work unitedly.
It is known that in addition to regular meetings with diplomats to work against propaganda, the members of the parliamentary committee expressed interest in going on foreign trips. Also, the members of the committee proposed to organize the Dhaka Dialogue under the initiative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Minister of Foreign Affairs and committee members at the meeting. AK Abdul Momen said that in several countries of Europe, a group is spreading propaganda against the government and the country on a large scale. He sought the committee's advice in preventing them.
The president of the committee Colonel (retd.) Muhammad Farooq Khan said at this time that the activities of the Bangladesh missions located abroad should be increased against the propaganda of anti-national groups and the persons involved in such misdeeds should be identified. If necessary, the parliamentary committee will assist in this regard.
Committee member. Habibe Millat said at this time that the anti-government and anti-national group is sitting outside the country and is trying to create instability in the country by giving various types of false information. A list of 22 anti-national gangs has been prepared by the Ministry of Home Affairs.
He also said that apart from taking legal action against them, reports containing correct information should be disseminated against the false information in the anti-national campaign. Habibe Millat said that there needs to be a direction from the party.
He said that anti-Bangladesh campaigns are increasing in some European Union countries including Sweden and Brussels, so he drew the attention of the committee president to continue intensive discussions with them and to visit the countries on behalf of the committee.
Habibe Millat said, these countries should be visited within 6 months. Otherwise the committee members will not be able to give time later. He also said that 'Dhaka Dialogue' can be a big platform in presenting correct information against anti-national propaganda. Therefore, Habibe Millat requested the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to organize this event in Bangladesh. Meanwhile, special teams are working to take action against the hybrid Kaua Jamaatlig and Bimpilig, who are hiding in the government, various classes of bureaucrats, officials and headmen.
Meanwhile, a press release sent from the Parliament Secretariat informed that a report on the Prime Minister's participation in the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly was presented in the committee meeting. Besides, another report on the visit of the Sultan of Brunei to Bangladesh was presented.
In this meeting, the action plan of the newly appointed Ambassador of Bangladesh to Denmark was presented. Besides, the performance review of ambassadors appointed in different countries is decided. Committee member Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen, Golam Farooq Prince, Md. Habibe Millat and Nahim Razzak were also present.
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