Society, politics have to be kept free from militant pollution: Inu
Published : 21 Sep 2016, 13:35
Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu, MP, said yesterday "Society and politics had to be kept free from militant pollution."
The minister was speaking as the chief guest at the 'maharat' of a film "Halda" at Dhaka Club here.
Inu said that rivers and environment had to be kept free from pollution and society and politics had to be kept free of militancy. What waste was to water, militancy was to society? For a healthy, secure and happy life there was no option to remove pollution."
Chaired by the producer of the film H M Ibrahim, speakers at the function expressed hope that the film based on the bio-diversity of River Halda would draw the interest of cine-goers.
Soon after the function, Hasanul Haq Inu spoke at the launching of yet another film "Bhalo Theko" at the Film Development Corporation (FDC) auditorium.
He said "The nation would fearlessly face and confront the challenges of life and development and repulse the militants."
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