Creation of a new political party, the Revolutionary Communist League of Bangladesh

Bangladesh Communist Revolutionary League General Secretary Iqbal Kabir Jahid addresses a united congress at the Khulna Press Club auditorium in Khulna town on Friday. The new left-wing political party, the Revolutionary Communist League of Bangladesh, was formed by merging the United Communist League of Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Workers’ Party (Marxist) at a united congress at the Khulna Press Club auditorium on September 1 and 2. — New Age Photo.

A new left-wing political party, the Revolutionary Communist League of Bangladesh, was formed by merging the United Communist League of Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Workers’ Party (Marxist) in a united congress held at the auditorium from the Khulna Press Club on September 1 and 2.

The new political party is born with 27 members in its central committee.

Bangladesh Workers Party (Marxist) General Secretary Iqbal Kabir Jahid was elected General Secretary of the new political party at the congress.

Members of the party secretariat include AbdusSatter, MosharrafHossainNannu, TusherKanti Das, Nazrul Islam Firoz, Shamim Imam and Nazrul Islam among others.

According to the political resolution of the congress, the new party would work to end the autocratic rule of the Awami League.

Moreover, it would form a greater unity of left-wing parties to end the mismanagement of the Awami League government, said a press release the party issued on September 3 after its formation.

The United Communist League of Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Workers’ Party were components of the Democratic Left Alliance.

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