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Worker-turned-leader Moslem Uddin is an example of steadfast loyalty to leadership: Information Minister

Information and Broadcasting Minister and Awami League Joint General Secretary Hasan Mahmud termed the recently deceased Member of Parliament Moshalem Uddin Ahmad as an example to be followed of becoming a leader from an activist and remaining steadfast in leadership. The minister said, “Moshalem Uddin was one of the marginal leaders who stood for the people’s leader Sheikh Hasina after the one-eleven pot change. I wish for the forgiveness of his departed soul.” The minister spoke to reporters after the funeral of Chittagong South District Awami League President Moshalem Uddin Ahmed, who passed away in front of Bangladesh Awami League’s central office on Monday morning at Bangabandhu Avenue in the capital. The party’s general secretary and road transport and bridge minister Obaidul Quader, member of the presidium, Engr. Mosharraf Hossain MP, Chittagong Samshul Haque Chowdhury MP, ABM Fazle Karim Chowdhury MP, Relief and Social Welfare Affairs Secretary Aminul Islam Amin, Office Secretary Barrister Biplab Barua, etc. attended the funeral of the deceased. there is “How to go from worker to leader, how to be with the workers all the time and how to be steadfast to the leader and the leadership, is to be learned from him. Dr. looking at history. Hasan said, “Moshalem Uddin Ahmad was an ardent worker of our party, he went to the liberation war during the liberation war. He and ABM Mohiuddin Chowdhury were caught by the Pakistanis together and later got released by acting mad. Member of Parliament of Boyalkhali-Chandgaon Constituency of Chittagong, heroic freedom fighter Moshalem Uddin Ahmed died yesterday at 12:47 PM at Evercare Hospital in the capital. He was suffering from cancer. He was 73 years old in 1970 while serving as the Acting General Secretary of the Chattogram city branch of the Chhatra League in 1971 he took part in the Liberation War. In 1982, he was appointed as the general secretary of the Chittagong branch of the Chhatra League. He was the current president of the Chittagong South District branch of the Awami League.

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