FORMER BANGLADESH BANK GOVERNOR FARASHUDDIN LOOKS TO AL NOMINATION FOR POLLS

Former Bangladesh Bank Governor Mohammed Farashuddin will buy a nomination form seeking to contest the upcoming parliamentary election on the Awami League ticket.  

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