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Deprived aspirants' supporters demo on 2nd day

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Supporters of BNP's deprived aspirants continue demonstration in front of BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda's Gulshan office for second day on Sunday.

Staff Reporter :
Supporters of deprived candidates of the BNP staged demonstration in front of the party Chairperson's Gulshan office on Sunday for second consecutive day.
The protesters were shouting slogans demanding nominations for Md Abdullah at Munshiganj-1 and Manjurul Ahsan Munshi at Cumilla-4.
BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir along with other leaders left Gulshan office early Sunday, office sources said.
Activists and supporters of other deprived candidates including former state minister and party's International Affair Secretary Ehsanul Hoque Milon, Khandaker Abdul Hamid Dablu and Selimuzzaman Selim staged demonstration in front of the office.
The supporters of some deprived nomination seekers started the demonstration on Sunday. They began demonstration in front of the party's Nayapaltan office on the day.

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