BNP policymakers have decided to hold a series of meetings with the party’s central leaders as part of a move to take preparations for the next general election.
The decision was taken at the latest meeting of the party’s standing committee members held on Saturday, a BNP senior leader told UNB.
Contacted, BNP organising secretary Syed Emran Saleh Prince said party secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and the standing committee members will initially hold three meetings with the leaders of the executive committee and different associate bodies from Tuesday (September 14) to Thursday.
He said party acting chairman Tarique Rahman will virtually join each of the meetings scheduled to begin at 3:30pm at BNP chairperson’s Gulshan office.
He said the BNP policymakers will first sit with the party’s vice-chairmen and chairperson’s advisory council members on Tuesday and then with the senior joint secretaries general, secretaries general, organising secretaries and assistant organising secretaries on Wednesday and with the leaders of different associate bodies on Thursday.
Later, the BNP policymakers will hold meetings with the members of the executive committee and district-level leaders.
Meanwhile, the party resumed its organisational activities on Sunday after a long suspension due to the coronavirus outbreak.
In a press release, the party urged its leaders and activists to carry out organisational activities across the country maintaining social distancing and health safety rules.