The virtual discussion on constitution has been arranged so that young generation can learn and perceive their constitutional rights
Discussants have urged young people to uphold the main principles of the constitution for ensuring rights of every citizen of Bangladesh.
They made the remarks at a webinar on Thursday afternoon.
The online discussion was organized by The Hunger Project, an organization committed to the sustainable end of world hunger.
Global Vice President of the project Badiul Alam Majumdar, renowned lawyer Barrister Amir-Ul Islam, and founding general secretary of Bangladesh Mahila Parishad Maleka Begum, among others, participated in the webinar.
As the chief speaker, Barrister Amir-Ul Islam narrated some articles of the constitution during the discussion.
He said: "In some other countries of the world, there is a process to resolve constitutional disputes, but it is absent in our country. Instead of resolving such disputes, we generally create more.”
"When any dispute is created in the political arena, the society also gets polluted," he added.
Badiul Alam said that in the month of victory while celebrating Mujib Year, the virtual discussion on constitution has been arranged so that the young generation can learn and perceive their constitutional rights.