Autumn is very nice. All around glistening in the sunlight. And the raft of soft white clouds floats in the blue sky. Cashews sway in the gentle breeze to match that softness. People rush to Kashabane to enjoy these mind-blowing scenes. In a country that is indifferent to mental health, these are not good jobs at all, obscenity! At least the recent incident of setting fire to Kashaban in Golapganj of Sylhet proves that.
According to the news published in the media including Prothom Alo, a lot of cashew flowers have been planted on the land of a person in Chowghari area of Golapganj. People were coming from far and wide to see that forest. Companions are sometimes relatives, sometimes friends. The locals did not like the joy of seeing the people in the forest. They set fire to the forest. They have dragged the character to make this fire legal. To put it more bluntly, he said the words ‘obscene, anti-social’.
We are a pure nation! We absolutely cannot accept any impurity-obscenity. But we like to take bribes. We can buy land, house, car, expensive things with bribe money and keep our chests full. We can despise others by showing power. I can see porn sites. Although we are not supposed to be seen as ‘pure’ people, we pay attention to the pictures posted by the heroines on social media. It is very happy to see. But this secret happiness cannot be told to people. If you say the caste will not go away? What people will call us ‘pure’ people! As a result, it is our responsibility to capture the character of the people in those pictures and make all the bad comments. Our minds are full of obscenities, as ‘pure’ people it is our innate characteristic to impart the knowledge of decency to others.
Why do we say the words ‘obscene’ and ‘anti-social’ in our words? Who defines pornography-antisociality? The name of the society may come in the answer. Society is not something that falls from the sky. Society is what we are. As we look, in the mirror we can see the picture of the society. And that’s why we see a group of ‘one in the face and another in the mind’. If we were really ‘pure’ people, no girl would be sexually harassed outside the home, no victim of injustice would be blamed, we would not be hesitant to protest against injustice, but ‘but’, the seat when we see women and the elderly I would be polite enough to leave and sit down, I would not be a self-respecting oilman to get unethical benefits.