The filmmaker, Ananta Jalil, has announced the employment of five visually impaired students in his organization. He announced financial donations to make successful debates over the visually challenged debaters. Recently, in his announcement, the students of the visually impaired students in the FDC became emotional.
In the national debate contest ‘I see the light of arguments’ with the participation of the visually impaired students. The competition was organized by Debate for Democracy. The competition was inaugurated by businessman, film director, director and producer Ananta Jalil. First day debate has taken part in the debates of glaucoma students of Dhaka University and Chittagong University. Chairman of Debate for Democracy Presided by Hasan Ahmed Chowdhury.
Anant Jalil enjoys the debate on the first day of the debate ‘Look at the light of reason’ in a FDC floor. He said, the knowledge, intelligence and talent that the visually challenged students have, it is not very normal people. He also urged the wealthy to come forward along with the government to include visionaries in the mainstream of development by eliminating all the limitations. Anant Jalil has listened to the audience with the exchange of greetings along with the visually impaired students.
At the time, Anant Jalil, Debate for Democracy Chairman Hasan Ahmed Chowdhury said that if the visually challenged students get the opportunity, they can also develop their full potential. So socialists come forward to come forward.
The debates in different educational institutions including Dhaka University, Jahangirnagar University, University of Chittagong, University of Rajshahi, Begum Badrunnesa Women’s College and Eden Women’s College are participating in national debate competition.