Ziaur Rahman

Founder & Declarer Indepence Of Bangladesh.

Ziaur Rahman, Bir Uttam, (19 January 1936 – 30 May 1981) was a Bangladeshi politician, the seventh President of Bangladesh (1977) and an army officer, who is the Declarer of Independence of Bangladesh. During the Liberation War of Bangladesh in 1971, he was first a sector commander before being promoted to one of three brigade commanders of the Bangladesh Forces.

Begum Khaleda Zia

Chairperson BNP

Begum Khaleda Zia (born August 15, 1945) is the former First Lady of Bangladesh (1977–1981), and then Prime Minister of Bangladesh, having served two terms from 1991 to 1996, becoming the first woman in the country's history and second in the Muslim world (only after Ms Benazir Bhutto of Pakistan in 1988–1990) to head a democratic government as prime minister.

Tarique Rahman

Seniour Vice Chairperson - BNP

Tarique Rahman (also spelled as Tarek Rahman) (born November 20, 1967) is a Bangladeshi politician. He is the Senior Vice Chairperson of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP). His nickname is Pino, which is less used by the public than the nickname, Coco, of his younger brother Arafat Rahman. He is also popularly known as Tareq Zia, the reminiscent of his father's main name.

Chairperson's Section

Joint Anti Government Agitation - Khaleda Zia

Dhaka (August 20): Opposition chief Khaleda Zia greeted the nation on Eid on the Monday and urged all across the political spectrum to join the anti-government movement. "You"ve suffered and shed tears a lot. This cannot go on anymore. Let"s all wage a united movement to establish a non-party government to hold a free and fair election in the country," she said.

The BNP Chairperson spoke to reporters after exchanging Eid greetings with diplomats, eminent citizens and people of different professions at the Ladies" Club in the city"s Eskatan from 11:45pm. "Surely after the Eid, we must launch movement to protect the interest of the people and the country… now there is no other alternative to movement," she said.

Secretary General's Section

Politics Takes Dangerous Turn - Fakhrul Islam

Dhaka (August 28): BNP acting secretary general Mirza on Tuesday said politics in the country has taken a dangerous turn due to the government’s stubbornness, all-pervasive corruption and failures. “The government is deliberately pushing the country into a deep crisis and conflict with an ulterior motive…they’ve taken killing, making people disappeared and filing false cases as means to suppress the opposition,” he said.

He also warned that people will not allow the government to unilaterally hold the next polls under its own arrangement defying public opinions.

BNP Office

Bangladesh Nationalist Party-BNP,
Central Office, 28 VIP Road, Naya Paltan,
Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh