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Textile engineers move together for judgment of textile engineer torture in the factory by the owner

10-05-19-human-chain_press-5cd5a491dece4Textile Engineers form different factories and associations have organized a human chain demanding action against Green Life Composite Ltd owner Abu Faisal Mosabber Saimoon for torturing Engr. Sarwar Jahan Mithu, who was work in that factory as General Manager. Recently Engr. Mithu was physically attracted by the Managing Director of Green Life Composite Ltd. Mr. Saimon while he was on duty.

Engr. Md. Mozaffar Hossain, MP, was present as chief guest while Engr. Md. Shafiqur Rahman , President, The Institution of Textile Engineers & Technologists (ITET) was presents as special guest. Engr. Mozaffar said that textile engineers are the main assets of the country’s economy who can lead the industry to sustainable development. They are contributing a lot for the industry and our national economy.  During this time, he demanded action against Green Life Clothing Ltd owner Abu Faisal Mosabber Saimoon for torturing Engr. Sarwar Jahan Mithu. He also said that there is a law-court, if the engineers make a mistake, nobody is above the law. But nobody can take that law by himself. Engr. Shafiqur Rahman said that they will go for hard action of protest if any engineer is tortured in future. He urged the government to arrest the criminal within one week.

Engr. Aminul Islam, President, Association Textile Engineers & Technologists (ATET); Jamal Chowdhury Sohag, General Secretary, ATET; Rathin Chaki, Founder President, ATET; Engr. Zakir Hossain Lelin, President, Bangladesh Garment’s Washing Technological Foundation (BGWTF); Engr. Mehedi Hasan, Founder President,BGWTF; AKM Fazlul Haque, Principal of Noakhali Textile Engineering College, Manzoor Ahmed, Golam Kibria, Abu Taleb Chowdhury Biplob, Engr. Mizanur Rahman, Engr. Sharif Khan and other textile engineers from different factories and offices joined together for the justice.

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