Religion and culture are not incompatible: PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that there is no conflict or conflict between religion and culture in the context of killing people by carrying out bomb attacks on the first day of the Bengali New Year.

“Some people want to create a cultural conflict with religion,” she said. This is not correct at all. Religions belong to everyone, and festivals belong to everyone. We are celebrating the festival together, “said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina while addressing the inauguration ceremony of the newly constructed Shilpakala Academy buildings in six districts this morning.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina was virtually involved in the main event held at the National Theater Auditorium of Shilpakala Academy in the capital through a video conference from Ganobhaban.

Newly built art academies in Kushtia, Khulna, Jamalpur, Narayanganj, Pabna, Manikganj, Moulvibazar, and Rangpur districts were also involved in the virtual program.

She urged Corona to observe the festival of life of Bengalis, 1 Baishakh, by following the hygiene rules carefully.

The head of government said, “We need to pay special attention to ensuring that our heritage can be practised, developed, and passed on to the next generation by combining modern technology.” We will give that. ‘

Referring to our secularism and the coexistence of all religions, the Prime Minister said that the government has taken steps to develop not only the religious practices of people of all religions but also the cultural practices of the small non-ethnic groups in the country.

“These have been going on in our country since time immemorial. We have to look at them as well,” she said. That we will not forget. ” However, we will also embrace modern culture going forward.