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Discussion meeting of the Department of Environment at Gurudaspur to protect biodiversity

Md Magem Ali
December 29, 2021 10:39 am
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Gurudaspur (Natore) Representative. 
Rajshahi Wildlife Management and Actual Conservation Department has organized a public awareness meeting on conservation of migratory birds and biodiversity at Gurudaspur in Natore. The meeting was held at the Upazila Parishad auditorium on Wednesday morning.
Divisional Forest Officer of Rajshahi Wildlife Management and Nature Conservation Md. Zillur Rahman was present as the chief guest in the presidency of Upazila Nirbahi Officer Md. Tamal Hossain. Special guests were Upazila Mahila Vice Chairman Roxana Akhter, Upazila Assistant Commissioner (Land) Md. Abu Russell, Wildlife Inspector Jahangir Kabir, Warlife Ranger Helim Raihan, Daily Prothom Alo correspondent Anisur Rahman, Daily Jugantar correspondent Dil Mohammad, Gurudaspur Model Press Club. President Lecturer Md. Majem Ali Malin, Principal Saidul Islam, Lecturer Nasrin Sultana, Dr. Sanchita Rani, Organizing Secretary of Biodiversity Protection Committee Mizanur Rahman, Athlete Palan Ghosh, Sohail Rana and many other people’s representatives, journalists, school and college teachers, environmentalists and many more.
During the discussion, the speakers discussed various issues related to the conservation of migratory birds and biodiversity. Nazmul Hasan, General Secretary of Gurudaspur Biodiversity Conservation Committee was present on the occasion. Speaking on the occasion, Upazila Nirbahi Officer Md. Tamal Hossain said, “Animals do not only mean people. We are destroying the environment for our own needs, biodiversity is also destroying their habitat. We need to raise awareness about this. In order to conserve biodiversity, human behavior must be animal friendly.