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Ibrahim expelled from Kalyan Party, new committee formed


DE Online Report
Bangladesh Kalyan Party, expelling its chairman Syed Mohammad Ibrahim, on Sunday formed a new committee, making vice chairman Shamshuddin Pervez as acting chairman of the party.
The party’s joint secretary general, Muhammad Abu Hanif, has been made acting secretary general in the 41-member committee, a press release signed by Shamshuddin said.
The new committee has five vice-chairmen, an additional general secretary, eight joint general secretaries, six assistant general secretaries and 19 executive members.
The party will continue street agitation with 12-party alliance that is now predicating, said the press release.
The Kalyan Party will be on the streets with like-minded 12-party alliance under the leadership of the main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party.
Forming a new political alliance named the Jukta Front on November 22, Syed Mohammad Ibrahim announced that it would join the January 7 general election, while it was active in the BNP-led anti-government simultaneous movement.
Ibrahim is now contesting the polls keeping his old partners out of the election.
Regarding the new move of the party, he told New Age, ‘As the party chairman, I call upon all of them [new leadership] to follow the constitution of the party.’

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