Prime Minister's Media Adviser Iqbal Sobhan Chowdhury on Sunday said those, who want to create religious dogmatism for establishing fundamentalism, are the enemies of democracy as well as Islam at a discussion in Kushtia.
The PM's adviser was addressing as the chief guest a discussion on "Philosophy of Kangal Harinath and Current Journalism" organised by Journalists Union of Kushtia at the Zila Parishad auditorium.
"We should remain alert against those who want to disrupt the communal harmony by carrying out attacks on the people of different religious faiths," he said.
Iqbal Sobhan Chowdhury also said because of BNP-Jamaat’s subversive activities in the country, the people boycotted BNP in the recently-concluded municipality polls.
Bangladesh Federal Union of Journalists (BFUJ) Secretary General Omar Faruk, Kushtia Deputy Commissioner Syed Belal Hossain, Additional Superintendant of Police Joynal Abedin, Daily Ittefaq’s special correspondent Faraji Ajmal Hossain, joined the function, as special guests.