Lindsay, Robert, was a governor of Sylhet (1778-1781). In one of his books, named Anecdotes of an Indian life, described Sylhet of Bangladesh, as the brim-full division with natural resources. Like Lindsey, the division also drawn a special attention of the people of neighboring districts of Bangladesh. After the creation of Pakistan in 1947, a great number of people settled in Sylhet Division and Sunamgonj district as well. The district gradually turned into a shelter for the people of neighboring districts for her plenty of natural resources as well as due to natural calamities in other districts. But local people of Sunamgonj district under Sylhet division did not receive the neighboring people easily. They had to face various problems and violence. Local people recognized the settlers as burden and started to call them as "Abadi or Bengoli" that have discriminatory meanings. At the beginning, the settlers also were unable to avoid direct and indirect violence. From my childhood I have been observing this adverse situation. I have enclosed in my book about the created situation, violence and scope of peace from the academic point of view which I have realized in my varsity life.