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BNAKA gets new committee

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Bangladesh Newspaper Agent Kallayan Association (BNAKA) has elected its 57 member committee recently dissolv ing the old committee, said a press release.
The new committee has been elected in a day-long annual general meeting (AGM) held at the Bangladesh Photo Journalist Association conference room in the city on Saturday last.
Besides, the AGM, based on the opinion of the agents come from across the country also renamed the existing Bangladesh Newspaper Agent Association as Bangladesh Newspaper Agent Kallayan Association, the press release said. Among the newly elected committee members, Muhammad Kamal Uddin Bhuiyan President, Anwar Hossain Shikder Senior Vice-President, Abu Bakkar Siddique, Nizam Uddin, Mohsin Ahmed, Md Khorshid Anwar, Dulal Hossain and Hamidul Haque Vice-President, Muhammed Hasim General Secretary, Md Rejaul Karim and Taslima Rahman Assistant General Secretary, Imran Khan Organising Secretary, Mazharul Haque Divisional Organising Secretary (Dhaka), Jainal Abedin Divisional Organising Secretary (Chittagong), Sayed Abdul Matin Divisional Organising Secretary (Rajshahi), Abdul Bashit Divisional Organising Secretary (Sylhet), MR Jinnah Divisional Organising Secretary (Khulna), Muhammed Khokon Divisional Organising Secretary (Barisal), Jillur Rahman Jual Divisional Organising Secretary (Rangpur) and Lutfar Rahman Chancal have been elected as Finance Secretary.

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