Human Chain at Barishal, Bangladesh to Protect River Pollution
By Adnan Mahfuz Tazvir
Recently, A Human chain was held in Barishal, Bangladesh demanding the stoppage of the river and cannel pollution by river occupants.
On the occasion of the International River Duty Day, a human chain has been held in Barisal to demand the stoppage of rivers and canals pollution by river occupants.
The human chain was held at noon 0n Saturday (March 14, 2020) in the DC Ghat area on the banks of the Kirtankhola River.
The Human chain was organized by the Bangladesh Environmental Movement and the Joint Council for River-Canal-Watershed Protection.
The human chain was presided over by Ranjit Dutta, the joint council’s advisor for the protection of rivers, canals, and streams.
Dr. Syed Habibur Rahman, Rafiqul Islam, Kazi Enayet Hossain Shiblu, and Kazi Mizanur Rahman Firoz gave a speech demanding the stoppage of the river pollution of Kirtankhola rivers and other rivers and channels of the area of Barisal, Bangladesh.