|Member of Parliament from Cox's Bazar-3|
15 February 1996 – 2001
|Preceded by||Mostaq Ahmad Chowdhury|
|Succeeded by||Mohammad Sahiduzzaman|
|Born||Cox's Bazar District|
|Died||28 September 2001|
Cox's Bazar District
|Political party||Bangladesh Nationalist Party|
|Relations||Mohammad Sahiduzzaman (Brother)|
Mohammad Khalequzzaman was born in Cox's Bazar District. His father Farid Ahmad was a member of the then National Assembly of Pakistan and Union Minister of Labor. Mother Rizia Ahmed. His younger brother Mohammad Sahiduzzaman was a Member of Parliament from Cox's Bazar-3 constituency.
Mohammad Khalequzzaman was a lawyer. He was elected to parliament from Cox's Bazar-3 as a Bangladesh Nationalist Party candidate in 15 February 1996 and 12 June 1996 Bangladeshi general election.
In the fifth national election of 1991, he was defeated as a BNP candidate from Cox's Bazar-3 (Sadar-Ramu) constituency.
Mohammad Khalequzzaman died in 28 September 2001.
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