Sayed Ashraful Islam

Sayed Ashraful Islam
Sayed Ashraful Islam Born in Mymensingh. Sayed Ashraful Islam Bangladesh is a Bangladeshi politician. He is a Parliament member and the current LGRD Minister of the Bangladesh Government.
Early life

Sayed Ashraful Islam is a Bangladeshi politician and currently the general secretary of the Bangladesh Awami League. He is also the current LGRD minister of Bangladesh. Ashraful was a successful freedom fighter during 1971 libaration war. He is the son of Bangladesh’s leading independence leader Syed Nazrul Islam who was acting president during the liberation war. Ahraful is an MA and is a businessman by profession. He was involved in politics from the student life. He became the general secretary of greater Mymensingh district Chhatra League and assistant publicity secretary of the central unit. He also worked as the acting general secretary of Awami League (AL) after the arrest of its general secretary Abdul Jalil. Now he is working as the spokesman of Awami League. He is the son of Sayed Nazrul Islam, acting president of the then Mujibnagar government in 1971.
Political career

Ashraful went to the United Kingdom after the killing of his father in prison along with three other national leaders in 1975. He came back to Bangladesh in 1996 and was elected lawmaker from Kishoreganj Sadar in the 7th national elections. He was elected a lawmaker in the 2001 election too. He worked as a member of the parliamentary standing committee on foreign ministry. His electoral pledges include building up developed road and rail link from Dhaka to Kishoreganj.

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