“Hasan Azizul Huq, an invaluable resource of Bengali language and literature”: speakers at the RU memorial

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Professor Golam Sabbir Sattar, Vice Chancellor of Rajshahi University, said on Monday that Hasan Azizul Huq is an invaluable resource in Bengali language and literature.

He was quoted as saying this as he addressed a program to commemorate the recently deceased prominent fiction writer Hasan Azizul Huq which was hosted by the Philosophy Department on Monday at Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmed Senate University. .

The program began with the screening of a documentary film on the life and work of Hasan Azizul Huq.

UK Vice Chancellor Prof. Golam Sabbir Sattar said Prof. Hasan will live on forever in his matchless work. Grateful people like him will never die. Rajshahi University had the honor of burying him next to the central library of the university.

READ: Rajshahi bids farewell to Hasan Azizul Huq

Addressing the program, former philosophy department professor Mahendranath Adhikari said Hasan Azizul Huq has struggled his whole life. He has always been on the side of the marginalized and oppressed. His irresistible pen was always awakened against injustice and oppression.

Azizul Haque’s son’s associate professor, Imtiaz Hasan, said his father led a very ordinary life.

The Chairman of the Philosophy Department, Prof. Shamima Akhter, said Hasan Azizul Haque was an icon of the Philosophy Department whose absence could never be filled.

UK Vice-Chancellor Prof. Golam Sabbir Sattar addressed the program as the main guest while pro-vice-chancellors Prof. Chowdhury M Zakaria and Prof. Sultan-ul-Islam addressed the program as the main guest. spoke as special guests.

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Former Professor of Mathematics Department Subrata Majumder, Former Professor of Bangla Zulfiqar Matin Department, Former Professor of Department of Philosophy Khanam Mumtaz Ahmed, Professor Abdur Razzak, among others, also spoke during the program. .

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