Pol leaders, envoys, businessmen, cricketers visit Khaleda’s office

Diplomats and ambassadors from different countries, politicians, businessmen and former national players on Monday visited BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s Gulshan office following her younger son’s death in Malaysia.
Envoys from Sweden, Turkey, Spain, Indonesia, Malaysia, Norway, Kuwait, Oman, Nepal and the United Arab Emirate went to the BNP chief’s office to offer their condolences.BNP standing committee members Lt Gen (retd) Mahbubur Rahman, Dr Abdul Moyeen Khan, Nazrul Islam Khan, vice-chairmen Chowdhury Kamal Ibn Yusuf, Selima Rahman and Khaleda’s advisor Khandker Mahbub Hossain welcomed the diplomats to the office.
Jatiya Party chairman Kazi Zafar Ahmed and its secretary general Mostafa Zamal Hiader also went there to express their condolence.
Former captains of Bangladesh National Cricket team Shafiqul Haq Hira, Akram Khan, Khaled Mashud Pilot, Faruk Ahmed, vice-president of Bangladesh Cricket Board Shah Nurul Kabir Shahin and former national football team captain Aminul Islam also signed the condolence book kept at the office.
Some top businessmen and entrepreneurs of the country went to Khaleda Zia’s office. They include Mahbubur Rahman, Latifur Rahman, Mir Nasir Hossain, Rokeya Afzal Rahman, Anisul Haq, Tapan Chowdhury, AK Azad, SM Fazlul Haq.
Koko, who had been living in Malaysia on parole, died of cardiac arrest at Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. – UNB