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Special meeting of Rangamati district Awami League

Rangamati district BCL conference in July

Rangamati District Chhatra League has been ordered to hold the conference in July. At the same time, district Jubo League and Sramik League also instructed in September to completed their district council.

These instructions were given from a special meeting of Rangamati District Awami League on Friday afternoon in the Rangamati District Council Conference room.

The leaders of Rangamati district Awami League, district committee’s advisors, municipal and upazila Awami League’s president-secretary,president and secretary of associate organizations, elected mayor and upazila chairman were also present this special and important meeting.

District Awami League President Dipankar Talukder MP presided over the meeting and district Awami League general secretary Haji Musa Matbabbar manage this meeting.

Besides the president’s and secretary of different upazilas, Baghaichhari municipality mayor Zafar Ali Khan, Kaptai Upazila Chairman Mofizur Rahman and various level leaders of the Awami League spoke and give their suggesion about upcomeing council.

In the meeting, the BCL president and secretary were give consent to complete the conference in July.

The special meeting was held from 5pm to 8pm, said several responsible leaders who participating in this meeting.

General Secretary of Rangamati district Awami League , Haji Md Matabbar said to Chtupdate.net,` we can not hold the conference in August, because August is our Mourning month. for this reasion, District Awami League’s conference will be held in October or November. But District BCL conference will be held in July. Jubo League and Sramik League will be held in  September. According to the instructions of the central Awami League, we have taken these decisions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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