Tarique Rahman Politician
Tarique Rahman (Bengali: তারেক রহমান ) (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. Tarique is the elder son of former President of Bangladesh Ziaur Rahman Bir Uttam; the key person who worked for independence of Bangladesh, and Khaleda Zia, former Prime Minister of Bangladesh. He spent most of his life in Dhaka Cantonment. It is not known what is his educational qualification. Since 1988 he worked in the textiles industry, setting up a number of textile mills, notably Dandy Dyeing, and in the water transport sector, purchasing several boats launches, notably Coco (named after the nickname of his younger brother Arafat) series of launches shuttling between Dhaka and Barisal Division. Tarique is married to Zubaida Khan, the youngest daughter of Rear Admiral Mahbub Ali Khan, former Chief of Naval Staff of Bangladesh Navy.
|Date of birth|
|November 20th, 1967|
1. University of Dhaka Colleges/University
The University of Dhaka is the oldest university in Bangladesh. It is a multi-disciplinary research university and is among the top universities in the region. Established on July 21, 1921, as per the Government of India Act, 1920, it was modelled on the Universities in England and soon gained prominence. Students and teachers of this university have played a major part in shaping the history of Bangladesh.
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|Official web page||www.univdhaka.edu|
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People attended University of Dhaka connected by profession and/or age
Bangladesh Nationalist Party
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The Bangladesh Nationalist Party, often abbreviated as BNP, is one of the two the largest political parties of Bangladesh. The BNP was founded as a centre-right liberal democratic party. It was established on September 1, 1978 during the regime of Ziaur Rahman. It has ruled Bangladesh for a total of 14 years and three terms since its birth. During the early 1990s, the BNP administration, with stalwarts such as Saifur Rahman, oversaw a landmark liberalization of the Bangladeshi economy, which set a precedent for economic reforms across South Asia. The BNP has been led by Khaleda Zia since 1983, the widow of Ziaur Rahman. Her son Tarique Rahman emerged as an influential force within the party in 2001 and is currently serving as its Senior Vice-Chairperson.