Socialist Party starts 3-day Dhaka-Teesta road march

Communist Party of Bangladesh on Friday began a three-day Dhaka-Teesta street walk requesting legitimized water sharing of 54 normal streams among Bangladesh and India. Pioneers and activists of the gathering held a meeting before the National Press Club in this association that was led by focal pioneer Bazlur Rashid Firoz toward the beginning of the day. Firoz said that India was denying Bangladesh of defended water sharing of the regular waterways between the nations. Among 54 regular streams, India is controlling water streams making obstructions in the upper bowl of the waterways. In addition, the Indian government is denying Bangladesh of getting water of the Teesta River, he said. Bazlur likewise censured the international strategy of Awami League government saying that they neglected to get supported water portion of the normal streams. SPB focal pioneers Razequzzaman Ratan, Nikhil Das and Dhaka City pioneer Zulfikar Ali and Revolutionary Workers Party general secretary Saiful Huq talked at the assembly. The walk will end on Sunday subsequent to holding a finishing up assembly in Nilphamari close to Teesta Barrage. Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue Click here to continue

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