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Ahle Sunnat protests recognition to Quomi Madrasa

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Member Secretary of the Ahale Sunnat Adv Mosahabuddin Baktiar reading a written statement at a press meet at Chittagong Press Club Hall on Saturday.

Chittagong Bureau :
Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat protested the govt recognition to Quomi Madrasa .
 A press conference  in connection was arranged at Chittagong Press Club hall on Saturday .
 Member Secretary of the Ahale Sunnat Advocate Mosahabuddin Baktiar read out a written statement before the journalists  .
The press meet was told that Government  has disappointed the whole nation with the declaration of  recognizing the Quomi Madrasas belonging to  Wahabi-Dewbandi concept . The statement said the concept of Wahabi-Dewbandi never allegiance to  Govt and did not comply the curriculum of madrasas of govt concept and there was allegations of militancy  against Quomi Madrasa . Now govt disheartened the nation by recognizing the Wahabi concepts.
 To protest the Govt decision of  recognistion to Quomi Madrasas, Ahle Sunnat, Chittagong will launch human chain and protest rally in all upazilas  of the distrct today and tomorrow and memorandum to the Prime Minister will be handed over to the Deputy commissioner, chittagong on April 20 next, the press meet was told.
Chief coordinator of Ahle sunnat Moulana MA Matin gave answers to the questions of the  journos .Among others, Chairman of Islami Front Moulana MA Mannan, Allama syed Md. Mosidoullah, Moulana Abdus Samad, Principal Abul Farah Md. Fariduddin, Principal Moulan Ismail Nomani, Solaiman Chowdhury, Adv. Jahangir alam chowdhury, Moulana Shafiul Alam , Prof. Anowar Hossain were present in the press meet on behalf of the Ahle Sunnat, sources said.

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