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Protest against War Criminals through poems

Pijush Bandyopadhyay's album of recitation launched


Pijush Bandyopadhyay (R) with guests at the album launch

Renowned cultural personality Pijush Bandyopadhyay recently launched his recitation album titled Tui Razakar, a collection of poems expressing wrath against the war criminals. The album launch took place at the Liberation War Museum. The artiste dedicated the album to the Sector Commanders of the Liberation War.
Air Vice Marshal (retd) and Deputy Chief of Staff, Bangladesh Liberation Forces, A.K. Khondkar Bir Uttam; former Army Chief, Lt General (retd) Harun-ur-Rashid; General Secretary of Sammilito Sanskritik Jote, Golam Kuddus; trustee of Liberation War Museum, Akku Chowdhury; Commander of Sector-5, Lt General (retd) Mir Shawkat Ali Bir Uttam, psc; Commander of Sector-3, General (retd) K.M. Shafiullah Bir Uttam, psc and Commander of Sector-4, Major General (retd) C.R. Dutta Bir Uttam and others were present at the event.
“The nation now demands the trial of the war criminals. I believe Pijush Bandyopadhyay's album will further strengthen this call by inspiring people to protest against the war criminals. He sets an example for the cultural activists, indeed,” A.K. Khondkar said. Others spoke in the same vein.
“As a freedom fighter, cultural activist and citizen of this country, I have the responsibility to educate this generation on the accurate history of our Liberation War. Tui Razakar is an effort towards that. I dedicate this album to the Sector Commanders, the valiant leaders of our Liberation War,” said Pijush Bandyopadhyay.

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