Nomination of Adv. Rabindra Ghosh for Nobel Peace Prize

Bangladesh's human rights leader Adv. Rabindra Ghosh has been nominated for the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize. His name has been shortlisted for the Oslo Nobel Peace Prize Committee. And his name has been proposed by a prominent human rights activist in New York, Sabyasachi Ghosh Dastidar. He is a nominee of the Nobel Peace Committee. Dr. Dastidar told the weekly Bangali that he had mentioned about her in a short discourse on his nomination papers, fighting for the core ideology of Bangladesh. This basic ideology is the formation of a secular and tolerant state towards all religions. He is fighting at the risk of his own life to save the lives of the minorities in Bangladesh. Above all, their main agenda is the establishment of human rights.

Dr. Dastidar said that after proposing the name of Rabindranath Ghosh, the Nobel Peace Committee informed that the proposal has been accepted. He said a large number of nominees for the Nobel Peace Prize are nominated each year. But not all names are accepted. The final decision will be made at the end of the long list short list from these accepted names.

Note that, Dr. Sabyasachi Ghosh Dastidar came to America from Barisal more than fifty years ago. In addition to teaching at A&M University in Alabama, Florida State University, he recently retired from teaching at Old Westbury College, New York State University. He has also served as a Visiting Professor at various universities in Kazakhstan, Ireland and India on the Fulbright Scholarship. Dr. Dastidar has been working for the protection of human rights including the protection of the main ideology of the liberation war of Bangladesh from America.

He said that the huge role of Rabindranath Ghosh in protecting human rights and minorities is internationally recognized today. That is why their names have been proposed. And that proposal has been accepted.