The Member of Parliament of Chattogram-8 constituency and president of Chattogram South District Awami League, Freedom Fighter Moslem Uddin Ahmed passed away at midnight on Monday, 6th February.
According to the nephew of Muslem Uddin Ahmed, Lokman Chowdhury, the member of the parliament was suffering from a number of old-age diseases for a notable period. For this, he was admitted into Evercare Hospital in the capital Dhaka for treatment purposes.
Duties performed by Moslem Uddin Chowdhury
Though lost in the past two elections, Moslem got elected in his third phase of rivalry in the last election, held in the mid of the session because of the death of former Jasad leader Moinuddin Khan Badal, the former MP of Chattogram-8 and notable parliamentarian of Bangladesh.
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At his young age, Moslem served as the general secretary of the Chattraleague Chattogram City Branch in 1970. In 1971, Moslem Uddin Ahmad took active participation in the Liberation war of Bangladesh. He served as the general secretary of the Chattraleague of the whole Chattogram branch after the liberation war.
Condolence Of prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
Sheikh Hasina, the prime minister of Bangladesh expressed deep condolence at the death of Moslem Uddin Ahmed. The prime minister said in a condolence message, “Moslem Uddin was a dedicated leader of Awami League, and we lost him today.”
The PM said, “Moslem Uddin performed numerous essential duties in Chattogram based political circuit of Chattraleague from 1970 to 1982. He served as the General Secretary from 2005 to 2013 and from 2013 to onward, he was a valiant guard as the president of Bangladesh Awami League in Chattogram South district.”