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Conviction of high noise control to save animals and fauna in Rajshahi

Md Magem Ali
October 24, 2021 10:37 am
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Special Correspondent, Rajshahi:

Noise control has been expressed in Rajshahi to save animals and plants. This conviction was expressed in two separate training workshops organized by the Department of Environment with Imam Khatib and students on Sunday (October 24th). The training program was first held at 11 am in the Imam Training Academy auditorium of the city with the imams and khatibs of different mosques and later at 3 pm in the Rajshahi College auditorium with the general students.

In the morning, the deputy director of the Imam Training Academy. Additional Director General of the Environment Department Humayun Kabir was the chief guest at the workshop chaired by Ahsan Ali. Additional Rajshahi Divisional Commissioner spoke as a special guest. Abdul Mannan, Director of Family Planning Rajshahi Mahbubul Alam, Additional District Magistrate Sabiha Sultana, Head of the Department of Ear, Nose and Throat, Rajshahi Medical College Hospital. Asadur Rahman, Sajid Hossain, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Boalia Zone, Rajshahi Metropolitan Police, Mizanur Rahman, Senior Chemist, Department of Environment.

In the afternoon, Rajshahi College President Prof. Abdul Khaleq was the chief guest at the workshop Rajshahi Divisional Commissioner. Humayun Kabir. Additional Director General of the Department of Environment Humayun Kabir, Divisional Health Director was the special guest. Habibul Ahsan Talukder, Additional DIG Joydev Bhadra, DC of RMP Traffic Anirban Chakma and others.

Speakers at the workshop said that people’s hearing is declining due to loud noise. Adverse effects on social and family life. In human body, 12 percent of ear diseases are caused by noise pollution alone. This is the silent killer. Imams should give lectures in the mosque on the subject and make the worshipers aware of noise pollution. Noise pollution harms not only humans but also animals and plants. Sound must be controlled to save these. Imam of the mosque, Khatib Rajshahi College students promised to work from their own place to prevent noise pollution.