Manirul Islam

Manirul Islam Monir (born 1 March 1952) is a Bangladesh Awami League politician and the former Member of Parliament of Barisal-2.[1][2]

Manirul Islam Monir
Member of Parliament
for Barisal-2
In office
29 December 2008 – 5 January 2014
Preceded bySyed Moazzem Hossain Alal
Succeeded byTalukder Yunus
Member of Parliament
for Pirojpur-2
In office
7 May 1986 – 3 March 1988
Succeeded byAnwar Hossain Manju
Member of Parliament
for Pirojpur with Barisal
In office
3 March 1988 – 6 December 1990
Succeeded bySyed Shahidul Huque Jamal
Personal details
Born
Mohammad Monirul Islam Monir

1 March 1952
Barisal District
Political partyBangladesh Awami League
Jatiya Party

Early lifeEdit

Manirul was born on 1 March 1952.[3] His father Rafiqul Islam was the president of Barisal District NAP and a professor of Bangla and Philosophy in BM College. Mother Mahmuda Rafiq was a poet, writer and teacher. He and his brothers Zahidul Islam Mahmud Jami and Maidul Islam Chuni played a heroic role in the great liberation war in Sector 9. His sister Nargis Rafika Rahman was a journalist.[1]

CareerEdit

Monirul Islam Moni is a freedom fighter and leader of Bangladesh Awami League. He was the joint secretary general of the Jatiya Party and the founding president of the Jatiya Swechchhasebak Party.[1]

He was elected as a Member of Parliament from the then Pirojpur-2 constituency as a candidate of Jatiya Party in the 3rd Jatiya Sangsad elections on 7 May 1986.[4] He was elected as a Member of Parliament from Pirojpur constituency along with the then Barisal as a candidate of Jatiya Party in the 4th Jatiya Sangsad elections on 3 March 1988.[5] At that time he was the chairman of Milk Vita.[1]

He was elected to parliament from Barisal-2 as a Bangladesh Awami League candidate in 2008.[6][7]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "সাহারা খাতুনের আসনে নৌকার টিকিট চান সাবেক এমপি মনি | কালের কণ্ঠ". Kalerkantho (in Bengali). Retrieved 2020-09-30.
  2. ^ "Barisal 2 constituency: Multiple AL nomination-aspirants, internal conflicts in BNP". Dhaka Tribune. 8 November 2018. Retrieved 24 October 2019.
  3. ^ "Constituency 120". 2020-05-19. Archived from the original on 2020-05-19. Retrieved 2020-05-19.
  4. ^ ""List of 3rd Parliament Members"" (PDF). parliament.gov.bd. Retrieved 9 April 2020.
  5. ^ ""List of 4th Parliament Members"" (PDF). Bangladesh Parliament (in Bengali). Retrieved 9 April 2020.
  6. ^ "Bangladesh Parliament Election - Detail Results - Amar Desh Online". amardesh.com. Retrieved 24 October 2019.
  7. ^ ৯ম জাতীয় সংসদ সদস্য তালিকা (বাংলা). www.parliament.gov.bd. Retrieved 2020-05-19.