Recent incidents involving actors in the film industry have caused citizens to feel deeply worried, anxious and angry.
More than a dozen well-known citizens of the country expressed concern about the recent exposure of Bangladesh’s deep-rooted religious sectarianism and misogynistic patriarchy. 4,444 A total of 17 dignitaries, including Abdul Gaffar Chowdhury, Hasan Azizul Haque, Syed Hasan Imam, Anupam Sen, Ramendu Majumdar, Selina Hossain and Abed Khan, issued a statement on Wednesday under the banner of Sammilita Sangskritik Jote (SSJ). When
mentioned the recent damage to the houses of religious minorities in Shalla de Sunamganj and the temples and idols of Rupsha upazila in Khulna, they said incidents such as these were very distressing.
They say the most tragic thing is that the perpetrators of these criminal activities have not been brought to justice, and a young minority who criticizes fundamentalist groups is now imprisoned without trial.
The statement also pointed out that some recent incidents centered on actors in the film industry have also made citizens deeply worried, anxious and angry.
They demanded that those responsible for the decline of women’s culture be exposed, and the lessons learned from this incident were used to accelerate cultural and social movements.