Remove controversial leaders from BCL central committee: Hasina | 2019-05-15

Remove controversial leaders from BCL central committee: Hasina

Sun Online Desk

15th May, 2019 10:09:54 printer

Remove controversial leaders from BCL central committee: Hasina

Awami league president Sheikh Hasina has directed BCL president and secretary to remove controversial members from newly declared 301-member full-fledged committee.

Sheikh Hasina also the prime minister of Bangladesh on Wednesday called BCL president Rezawanul Haque Chowdhury Shovon and general secretary Golam Rabbani to her official resident Ganabhaban and ordered them to do it.

At that time, Awami League leader Sheikh Hasina marked about 15 names of the controversial leaders in the full list of BCL body and ordered to remove them from the committee.

Besides, she also asked BCL president and secretary to find out if any other controversial leaders included in the list and remove them immediately.

The premier also directed to scrutiny the allegations rose against the controversial leaders and if the allegations found true drop them.

Sheikh Hasina emphasised on allegations of been married, murder case accused, connected with drug trading, Jamaat-BNP family background or connected with the war criminals’ family.

She ordered concerned persons to inspect such allegations closely and exempt them if anyone would be identified with one of these complaints.

The main guardian of ruling party’s students’ organisation also expressed her annoyance over the situations created by protesting BCL leaders and activists who were deprived of posts in the top body.

Jahangir Kabir Nanak and Abdur Rahman, Joint General Seretary of Awami League, Deputy Office Secretary and PM’s special assistant Biplob Barua and SM Kamal Hossain, Central Executive Member was present there at that time.

A source from Ganabhaban told that Sheikh Hasina talked with Jahangir Kabir Nanak, who was responsible for constituting full-fledged BCL central committee, privately before talking with Shovon and Rabbani.


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