Parash and Nikhil were made chairman and general secretary respectively of Bangladesh Awami Jubo League
Newly elected chairman of Bangladesh Awami Jubo League Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash has vowed to set in his political odyssey to make younger generations to come out of the stance "I hate politics" and imbue them with Bangabandhu’s ideology to build the nation.
A new entrant in politics, Parash, the elder son of founding chairman of Jubo League Sheikh Fazlul Haque Moni, in his maiden political appearance pledged to materialize the objective of uniting youths in favour of Bangabandhu’s ideals and spirit of the Liberation War.
“Bangabandhu’s sacrifice and his daughter’s love for the country inspire me to be courageous….I’ll stay beside the youths as a Jubo League worker,” he told journalists in his first reaction after becoming Jubo League chairman.
“My father Sheikh Fazlul Haque Moni founded Jubo League to unite the youths who had belief in the ideals of Bangabandhu’s and the spirit of the Liberation War,” Parash said.
“Bangabandhu called for the second revolution in 1974, but it remained unfulfilled because of the 15th August carnage… The zero tolerance policy against corruption that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina declared seems like re-appearance of Bangabandhu’s revolution,” Parash added.
The newly elected Jubo League chairman also said, he along with the party workers will act to make the premier’s policy successful.
Earlier on Satuday, Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader announced the names of new Jubo League leaders at the second session of its congress.
Sheikh Fazle Shams Parash and Mainul Hossain Khan Nikhil were made chairman and general secretary respectively of Bangladesh Awami Jubo League for the next three years.