Khaleda orders central leaders to leave Dhaka to help flood affected people
Poriborton Correspondent 9:46 pm, August 15, 2017
BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia ordered the central leaders of the party to leave Dhaka to help the flood affected people in the eastern and northern region of the country. Khaleda, who is now staying in London, talked with General Secretary of the party Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and other senior leaders in Dhaka over the flood situation and political condition of the country on Tuesday.
BNP sources said she not only directed the senior leaders, but also the people who seek nomination in the next election to work for the people suffering due to flood.
The BNP chairperson's special assistant Advocate Shamsur Rahman Shimul Biswas told poriborton.com, "Madam asked all the BNP leaders and activists and financially capable persons to stand beside the flood affected people."
He said, "Madam is inquiring about the flood situation every day. She expressed deep concern over the deteriorating flood situation in the northern and eastern regions of the country. She urged all to come forward to help the suffering people."
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