Children of freedom fighters under the banner of Amra Muktijoddhar Sontan have urged the government to declare the children of anti-liberation forces ineligible for government service.
They came up with the announcement at a rally in front of National Press Club on Saturday.
The organisation also urged the government not to reduce the quota allocated for them.
Sajjad Hossain, president of the platform said, “We want the government to announce the children of anti-liberation forces ineligible for the government job.”
He said for the sake of security of the country, their assets should also be confiscated and Jamaat-Shibir politics should be banned.
He also demanded quota from the preliminary test of Bangladesh Civil Service.
As per the existing quota system, 56 percent posts are reserved for different quotas, including 30 percent for children of freedom fighters, 10 percent each for women and particular districts, 5 percent for small ethnic groups, and 1 percent for people with disabilities.
General secretary Rasheduzzaman Shahin, Dhaka University Sociology Professor AKM Jamal Uddin, Jagannath University Teacher Kazi Saifuddin, Muktijoddha Sangsad Santan Command president Mehedi Hasan also spoke at the event.