April 18, 2021, 6:19 am
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Kabir Chowdhury Tanmoy said about the comments

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Kabir Chowdhury Tanmoy said about the comments

Suddenly a heated discussion through social media is a person. One can be seen commenting on all the political news in the national online news portals. Thousands of likes are reading that comment again. Being a troll with this comment. But Kabir Chowdhury Tanmoy, who broke the silence, said this time the reason for commenting. Tanmoy also said that he will give details about this this month.

Tanmoy shared a status on Facebook through social media,

Having a digital security law is (extremely) important. I am not in favor of cancellation. We will soon highlight some of our bitter experiences from a particular part of our work. Our verification is ongoing. I will present some facts and evidence in front of you. From class, occupation, age, political philosophy, and just what a group or community can do in a fun place-hopefully many have some or the other experience. However, work can be done to identify issues of misappropriation through lengthy discussions with wise journalists, online activists, bloggers of the country and to discuss what can be added or amended in the provisions of this law on issues of arrest and bail.

Meanwhile, a person named Siddharth Dey commented on this status, “Dada is all right, but I am shocked to see the kind of comment you make on national newsfeeds from Verified ID.”

Tanmoy commented in reply to him, you will be able to know the details of these with evidence this month.

Who is this Kabir Chowdhury Tanmoy:
He is the founder and president of Bangladesh Online Activist Forum (BOAF). He was born on 20 July 1962 in Champak Nagar, next to Victoria Government College, Comilla. Kabir Chowdhury Tanmoy played an active role in the movement of Shahbagh Ganajagaran Mancha in the capital demanding trial of the perpetrators of crimes against humanity. Writing on various blogs, social media and various progressive movements and struggles can be seen on the ground. Besides journalism, he is a regular contributor to local and international media. He is doing research on the liberation war. He has also written several books. He writes regular columns in national dailies and online.

Baba MA Khaleq Chowdhury fought with arms against the Pakistani aggressors in the great war of liberation. His great uncle Sujat Ali Chowdhury was ruthlessly martyred by the anti-independence razakar forces, whose body was not found by him and his family even today.

From a very young age, he was a social organizer, active in the movement for the establishment of libraries and the establishment of justice. Comilla District Chhatra League (Kabir-Mithu / Liaquat-Babu) started student politics. When the so-called caretaker government conspired to ban Chhatra League politics, he also played an active role in field politics as the organizing secretary of Chhatra Kalyan Parishad with the senior leaders of the district Chhatra League to keep the Chhatra politics alive.

In 2013, Ganajagaran Mancha was the founder and president of the Bangladesh Online Activist Forum (BOAF), a group of bloggers, writers, researchers, journalists and online activists for the ideology of freedom fighter and father of the nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, freedom fighters, history of liberation war and independence.

Also noteworthy are: Coordinator of Sammilita Sangram Parishad (Committee for Elimination of Terrorists and Militants with 75 organizations), President of Comilla Nagarik Oikya Parishad, Adviser of Enlightened Disability-Central Committee, Adviser of Bangladesh Jatri Kalyan Samiti-Central Committee, FBCCI (General Body) Member, Member of Sapriti Bangladesh, Member of Red Crescent Society, Life Member of Bangladesh-India Friendship Association – Involved in various social and cultural organizations.

Wife Nazma Akhter Rosie is a researcher in her spare time. Tashfia Kabir Tasneem, the only daughter in the school, is in her family circle. Currently living permanently in Dhaka.