Bangladesh: M Morshed Khan quits BNP

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 06 Nov 2019

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Dhaka: Citing personal reasons, former foreign minister of Bangladesh M Morshed Khan has quit BNP party.

BNP is the main political opponent of the ruling Awami League party in the country.


Khan was the vice-chairman of the party. He announced his decision in a letter addressed to the party's Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Tuesday.


"I have resigned due to personal reasons. After thinking long and hard, I've come to the conclusion that I have nothing more to contribute to the party. Therefore I've resigned from the party," Morshed told bdnews24.


"BNP is a massive party with huge popularity and public acceptance. This party is now running its operations over Skype. It's turned into the 'Bangladesh Nationalist Skype Party'. This is painful," he said criticising the party.

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