Religious elements from education have been eliminated
Central Majlish-e-Shura urges countrymen to launch a social movement against addiction, nudity, and cultural aggression
A meeting of Central Majlish-e-Shura of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami was held with party’s Ameer Dr. Shafiqur Rahman in the chair. The meeting expressed concern over the existing anarchy and mismanagement in the education sector and prevailing elements for destroying the youth community’s morality and adopted the following proposals:
Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami’s central Majlish-e-Shura is observing with great concern that the country’s education system has been completely destroyed. Religious elements have been eliminated from the education sector in a preplanned way. In order to facilitate the conspiracy of atheism, religious and moral education has been excluded from the secondary and higher secondary level. Even the Madrasa education is not spared from the aggression of the government. In words, the entire education system has been reshuffled. The price of academic items including papers and books has been increased alarmingly, making education for lower and middle-income families’ kids difficult.
The Shura is also observing that cultural aggression and addiction are ruining the youth community. According to the research of various research institutions, the youth are consuming alcohol worth 20 crore taka every day. As per the calculation, alcohol worth 7 thousand 3 hundred crore taka is consumed every year. There are 25 types of drugs that are engulfing the youth sections. But there are no effective measures to save the youth from addiction.
Majlish-e-Shura is also noticing that ill-cultures, nudity, indecency, and vulgarism are destroying the morality of our youth sections. Pornography, vulgar drama, cinema, and indecent content on youtube are leading the youth toward vulgarism. Many families are facing problems. These bad items are causing crises and mismanagement in society.
Central Majlish-e-Shura urges the concerned authority to make religious education compulsory at all levels of education, to curb the price hike of academic items along with nudity, indecency, and addiction, and simultaneously calling upon the countrymen to launch a social movement against the immoral and unsocial environment.