Rabindra Ghosh, 5th February 2018, Kolkata. International conference held on 4th of February,2018 at Barasat Subash Basu Institute Hall in West Bengal on behalf of an organisation namely International Organisation for victims of Partition of India. Many participants/speakers from different parts of USA, Bangladesh, India and its states were present and spoken on the subject ” Two National Theory”, Repression on Minorities of Bangladesh, Nationality for victims of partition, Infiltration and Nationality Act (Amendment Law) etc.
Thomas Dulu Roy-President of Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Oikya Parishad (USA) was the chief guest, Swami Shree Debabrata Chowdhury- Senior Vice President of INC, Bimal Pramanik-Director-Center for Research in INDO-Bangla Relations, Adv. Rabindfa Ghosh-President of Bangladesh Minority Watch(BDMW), Adv. Gobinda Pramanik- Secretary-Bangladesh Jatiyo Hindu Mohajote who advocated for unity of the most oppressive class of people in Bangladesh called Hindu and he vowed to fight for their rights. Adv. Ratneswar Sarkar, Rajja BJP Utbastu Cell, Sekhar Roy- Prominent Journalist spoke on the occasion. He also exhibited through audio-visual e-presentation on the scenario of Minority repression in Bangladesh. Adv Shri Rabindra Ghosh clarifying the issues the minorities in Bangladesh have been confronted with for decades and the full house auditorium endorsed the following demands in the best interest of the concerned countries and their citizens in their national interests:
RESTORE 1972 CONSTITUTION OF BANGLADESH
2. SCRAP ENEMY (VESTED) PROPERTY ACT
3. TIME BOUND DISPOSAL OF 15 LACK CASES OF GRABBED HINDU PROPERTIES BY MUSLIMS
3. JUDICIAL COMMISSION ON ATROCITIES AGAINST MINORITY HINDU CRISTIANS BUDDHISTS TRIBAL AND NON-SUNNI MUSLIMS
4. RESERVATION FOR 30% SEATS FOR MINORITIES IN ELECTORAL CONSTITUENCIES.
5. SECULAR DEMOCRATIC EDUCATION SYLLABUS FOR ALL
6. SCRAP BLACK LAWS TO CURB FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
7. INDIAN CITIZENSHIP FOR ALL PERSECUTED MINORITIES
8.INDIA-BANGLADESH BILATERAL AGREEMENT TO PROTECT BD MINORITIES
After the conference a resolution has been passed on various issues. A vote of thanks to audience was given by Adv. Tusher Kanti Tikadar of Barasat Bar Association, Kolkata.