After the formation of the new committee, the Chhatra League reviewed the organizational situation of each unit by meeting for 10 hours on the first day of the year.
From this special extended meeting, Trinamool leaders and activists of Chhatra League have been called upon to adhere to organizational restrictions besides making efforts to build ‘Smart Bangladesh’. At the same time, it has been asked to work to prevent rumors and misinformation in view of the upcoming parliamentary elections.
The meeting was held at Bangabandhu Avenue Bangabandhu Avenue office from 3 pm to 1 am on Sunday. The president-general secretary of each university, metropolitan and district branch of BCL presented their organizational reports in the meeting.
The report highlights the current organizational situation and also provides necessary feedback and suggestions to make the unit stronger and student and youth friendly.
BCL general secretary Sheikh Wali Asif Inan told bdnews24.com on Monday that the opinions of the leaders of various units were taken in the meeting on how Bangladesh BCL will be managed in the next one year. This initiative has been taken to establish participatory leadership in organizational work.
“In the meeting various organizational instructions were given to the Trinamool leaders and activists of the Chhatra League; Instructions have been given to spread the belief of building a smart Bangladesh among the youth, to adhere to the democracy of the organization, to be vigilant to prevent the mischief of evil forces before the next national elections, to play a role in preventing rumors on social media.
Chhatra League president Saddam Hossain presided over the meeting, Dhaka University branch president Mazharul Kabir Shayan, general secretary Tanveer Hasan Saikat were present.
Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader announced the central committee of BCL on December 20 after 14 days of the conference, making Saddam the president and Inan the general secretary.