Remain alert on religious misinterpretation: President  

Dhaka,  Sun,  24 September 2017
Published : 14 Aug 2017, 18:40:45 | Updated : 14 Aug 2017, 18:42:13
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Remain alert on religious misinterpretation: President  

Remain alert on religious misinterpretation: President  
President Abdul Hamid on Monday urged all to remain alert against misinterpretation of religion that can create unrest in the society.

“The main message of all religions is welfare of people. So, we should be aware so that nobody can create anarchy in the society through misinterpretation of religions,” he said.

The President said it at a reception at Bangabhaban hosted by him on the occasion of Janmashtami, reports UNB and BSS. 

The President also stressed for strengthening the existing harmony and bonding among people of all religions and applying it for prosperity and development of the country. 

"Bangladesh is a country of communal harmony. This harmony must continue through a united effort. There is no alternative to a united effort involving people of all religions and casts for the development of a country or a nation,” he said. 

Hamid said the ideal of Lord Sri Krishna was to build real love and harmony among people by removing conflict in the society, adding that Sri Krishna was a philanthropist and a social reformer as well.

Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha and Religious Affairs Minister Principal Matior Rahman were present at the reception. 

Hindu religious personalities, leaders of the community and people of various professions from the community joined the reception. 

High Commissioner of India and Ambassador of Nepal to Bangladesh were also present on this occasion. 

The President welcomed the guests at Bangabhaban and exchanged greetings with them.

 
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