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25 Jan 2014   12:11:17 AM   Saturday BdST A- A A+ Print this E-mail this

Chief whip, whips of JS appointed

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ASM Feroz, the Awami League lawmaker from Patuakhali-2 constituency, has been made Chief Whip of the 10th parliament formed following the January 5 polls that passed through massive violence triggered by the boycotting opposition.

 Five other lawmakers have been appointed whips of the new parliament. They are Atiur Rahman Atik of Sherpur-1, Shahiduzzaman Sarkar of Naogaon-2, Iqbalur Rahim of Dinajpur-3, Md Shahabuddin of Moulvibazar-1 and Solaiman Haque Joardar of Chuadanga-1 constituency.

The parliament secretariat issued a gazette notification to this effect on Friday, the day when the ninth parliament’s tenure came to an end as per the constitution.

 Feroz served as a whip in the ninth parliament.

 Meanwhile, President Abdul Hamid has summoned the new parliament into its inaugural session on January 29.

 Awami League won a two-thirds-plus majority in the election boycotted by the BNP-led 18-party alliance.

 The new lawmakers were sworn in on January 9 and the 49-member cabinet with Sheikh Hasina as the prime minister for a second consecutive term was formed on January 12.

 

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