Source: The New Nation
Politicians, social and human rights activists, community leaders forming human chain and holding gathering in Barisal city on Sunday morning termed the Vested Property Res-toration (Am-endment) Bill 2009 'communal', saying that it would make another black law to pave the way for vested interest quarters for further grabbing the property of the minorities.
They bearing banners, placards demanded further amendment in the Vested Property Restoration (Ame-ndment) Bill 2009, approved by the cabinet on November 2 and implementation of Vested Property Restoration Act 2001, forming Debuttar Property Board and Hindu Buddha Christian Foundation.
The programmed was organized by Bangladesh Hindu Buddha Christian Oikkya Parishad (HBCOP) Barisal district branch in front of Aswani Kumar Hall and the gathering was presided over by Kaliya Daman Guha, district presidium member of the organization.
Advocate Hiron Kumar Das Mithu, Sukehendu Shekhar Boidya, Suranjit Dutta Litu, Suvashish Ghose Bappi, Joyonta Kumar Das, Chanchal Das Pappa, Asit Roy,Ratan Chakraborty, Dilip Dey of HBCOP, AK Azad of CPB, Dr. Habibur Rahman of Manabadhikar Jote, addressed the gathering. The speakers and the participants of the program said that the land grabbers always belonged to the party in power.