AL to induct young leaders: AshrafStaff Correspondent
Ruling Awami League general secretary and Local Government minister Syed Ashraful Islam said on Tuesday that his party would induct more young office bearers in its central working committee and at other tiers.
‘We would try to induct more new and young leaders in the party as we want to handover the party to the young people’ he said inaugurating the first council session of Dhaka South City chapter of Awami Jubo League in nine and half years.
The councillors of Dhaka City South chapter of Jubo League authorized Jubo League central committee chairman and general secretary to choose the new office bearers of the unit.
The last council session of Dhaka City South Jubo League, held on January 25, 2003, elected Mohiuddin Ahmed Mohi and Nurunnabi Chowdhury Shaon as its president and general secretary.
Jubo League, Ashraf said, made a significant contribution to politics in Bangladesh and that it was in the forefront of all the movements for democracy and secularism in the country since its founding in November 1972.
He said that Jubo League would have a new leadership to make the country Sonar Bangla.
Awami League joint general secretary and state minister for Local Government Jahangir Kabir Nanak said Jubo League would resist all conspiracies against the country.
Jubo League leaders said that a new committee for the Dhaka City South chapter would be declared on June 14, after the sixth National Congress of Jubo League scheduled to take place at Bangabandhu International Conference Centre.
Jubo League chairman Omar Farukh Chowdhury, general secretary Mirza Azam and other central leaders addressed the session.
Nurunnabi Chowdhury Shaon presented the report as the general secretary at the session chaired by Mohi.
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