Bangladesh Minority Board was founded in 1948. It uplifts human and constitutional rights by working with the government and its administration to sustain a peaceful country. Their main focus is directed to educating children by helping poor pupils with books free of cost, distributing goods to those in need, providing legal help, and establishing interfaith cooperation through social services. They promote leaders in the Muslim community so that they can acquire confidence to take part in the development of the country, and motivate common people in taking leadership roles for promoting communal harmony so that they do not fall into fundamentalism.
"Our purpose is uplifting human and constitutional rights by having an understanding with the government and its administration to sustain a peaceful country."
Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, Christianity
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