Editorial

Dear readers
Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullah. Hope you are keeping well enough to carry on with your duties and responsibilities. We are fine too. When the monthly will reach you the Eid-ul Azha will be over. For the loss of flowers — Diya and Rajib— will never be adjusted at least for the parents. They have gone forever but left the legacy of protest among the school students. This blossoming protests is a harbinger of a future opposition movement as the current opposition failed to do many things for safety of lives and limbs on roads. When under-60, under-50, under-40, under-30 failed to bring change, under-20 students and friends of Diya and Rajib came up to teach discipline, traffic law and the way how to streamline the traffic mess on the streets. That’s why we came up with the basic story how law is made in Bangladesh as the cover story. Hope you will understand the law making process with a flowchart well and sometimes in future you will turn into lobbyists in different sectors of our society which are dogged by lawlessness and other sorts of irregularities. Hats off to you for you movement for justice and road safety. Forgive the failures of nonagenarians, octogenarians, septuagenarians, under-60, under-50, under-40, under-30 with due respect because, at least, they love you.
Sage Subscribers
Keep fit both mentally and physically to change the society positively and we hope to return to you next month.

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