KHONDKAR DELWAR'S SON IN TEARS AS BNP AXES HIM FROM LIST OF NOMINEES

Khondkar Delwar's son in tears as BNP axes him from list of nominees news
Late BNP secretary general Khondkar Delwar Hossain's son Khondkar Abdul Hamid Dablu was reduced to tears in anger and frustration on not finding his name on the final list of the party's candidates for parliamentary elections.

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Hamid: Hamid refers to two different but related Arabic given names both of which come from the Arabic triconsonantal root of -M-D.