PCJSS president Mr. Sudhasindhu Khisa addressed a gathering of 95 teachers of 13 junior high schools and high schools of Dighinala upazila of Khagarachari hill district today. PCJSS general secretary Mr. Tatindta Lal Chakma alias Major Pele was also present and spoke in the meeting. The meeting was organized by the PCJSS at Dighinala sadar union parishad (union council) auditorium which started at 11.45 am and continued till 3.00 pm.
This view exchange meeting discussed present state of CHT situation. Many issues came up in the discussion but the ongoing political violence and upcoming national election got the priority with much importance. The teachers participated in the discussion urged for immediate halt of the Jumma-bleeding and expressed the need of fielding of unified Jumma candidates for sure victory in the forthcoming general election. Recently such a meeting was also organized at Khagarachari town with the teachers of Mohalchari upazila and Khagarachari sadar upazila.
At 3.45 pm Mr. SS Khisa and Mr. Rupayan Dewan, vice president of the PCJSS received a civil society group at Khagarachari town. The high profile personalities of this civil society group and the PCJSS pres and vpres exchanged views on the present state of CHT situation. The meeting delivered fruitful understanding.
On 15th instant Mr. Rupayan Dewan addressed a fresher’s reception at Dighinala Degree College as the chief guest. The reception was organized by the PCP (Pahari Chatra Samiti/Hill Students Council) Dighinala Degree College chapter and it was chaired by Mr. Gyana Chakma. The meeting was addressed by Mr. Dharmavir Chakma, Dighinala upazila chairman, Mr. Naba Kamol Chakma, prominent social worker of Maini valley, Mr. Kaladhan Chakma, Boalkhali UP chairman, Mr. Pratay Chakma, secretary for student affairs, Khagarachari Thana PCJSS and Mr. Aungsa Thowai Marma Khelu, PCP president.
This college is the lone one in Dighinala upazila which was founded in 1984. Presently it has 3,000 students and this year it has received 935 students in HSC 1st year (11th standard).