Two leaders left BNP and joined Jatiya Party

Two leaders left BNP and joined Jatiya Party
Two leaders left BNP and joined Jatiya Party

Kashimpur Union BNP leaders of Mymensingh’s Muktagachha Upazila Mosharraf Hossain and Abul Kalam Azad have joined Jatiya Party.

Upazila Jatiya Party president, former MP and Joint Secretary General Salauddin Ahmed Mukti formally joined the Jatiya Party with a bouquet of flowers in his hands on Saturday night. At that time, two leaders who joined the National Party were welcomed with garlands around their necks.

Mosharraf Hossain, who joined the Jatiya Party from BNP, said that he joined the Jatiya Party after being inspired by the ideals of the late chairman of the Jatiya Party, former President Pallibandhu Hussain Mohammad Ershad and having faith in the upazila leadership.

President of Upazila Jatiya Party, former MP and Joint Secretary General Salauddin Ahmed Mukti said at the joining ceremony that the people of Bangladesh no longer believe in the false promises of BNP and Awami League. People of Bangladesh want change. The National Party is now well organized. So people have started returning to Jatiya Party, the party built by Pallibandhu Hussain Mohammad Ershad.

He said, to restore democracy and bring back good governance, everyone should be united and the leaders and activists should be more focused on recruiting Jatiya Party workers.

Also present at this time were Muktagacha city Jatiya Party President, Mirza Abul Kalam,

Upazila Jatiya Party Senior Joint General Secretary Khandkar Ashrafuzzaman Khokon,

Former Joint General Secretary VP, Abdul Mannan, City Jatiya Party Organizer Amjad Hossain Akand, Mymensingh District National Youth Solidarity Joint General Secretary,

Ahmed Kabir, convener Md. Suruzzaman Master, and member secretary Md. Jamal Uddin,

Mofazzal Hossain Mukul, Habibur Rahman Dalukdar, Zahirul Islam Sarkar, Abdul Karim Sarkar, Deluar Hossain Fakir,

Union and ward leaders including Jahangir Alam, Al Sayem.


The article is in Bengali

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