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JP to raise people's problems as opposition in parliament : Ranga

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Jatiya Party (JP) Secretary General Moshiur Rahman Ranga on Wednesday said the JP will play the role of the opposition in the parliament raising various issues and problems related to the people of the country for gaining their trust."The JP will play an important role as the opposition as per the constitution by placing various issues and problems before the parliament to gain the trust of the common people of the country," he told newsmen.
He came up with the statement while handing the nomination forms to the woman leaders for reserved seats in the 11th parliament at JP Chairman's Banani office.  The Jatiya Party will stress on speaking about the masses, traffic congestion and protecting journalists' interests in the parliament, he added.  JP Presidium Member Professor Masuda M Rashid Chowdhury, Organizing Secretary Dr Selina, Joint Organizing Secretary Parvin Tarek Liza, Central leaders Alhaj Mohammad Mohibullah, Md Rezaul Karim, Ritu Noor, Jasmine Noor Priyanka, Mini Khan and Amina Khan, among others, were present on the occasion.

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