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MP Habibur Rahman Mollah Is No More

MP Habibur Rahman Mollah is no more.Dhaka-5 MP Habibur Rahman Mollah is no more (Inna Lillahi … Rajyun). He breathed his last at 9:30 am on Wednesday (May 06) while undergoing treatment at the Square Hospital in the capital.

Habibur Rahman Mollah’s personal assistant Jamal Uddin confirmed the matter.

The 78-year-old MP is survived with his wife, three sons and a daughter. He was admitted to Square Hospital in the capital on April 07 after suffering a heart attack. There he was placed on life support (artificial respiration).

Earlier, rumors circulated on Tuesday (May 5th) that MP Habibur Rahman Mollah had died. However, his son Raihan Jamil Ripon denied the rumors.

Member of Parliament Habibur Rahman was born on 27 January 1942. He was the first independent candidate to contest the 1991 parliamentary elections. Later, in the general election held in June 1996, he was elected Member of Parliament for the first time from Dhaka-4 constituency. In the 2001 general election, he lost to BNP candidate Salahuddin Ahmed from the same seat.

In the 2008 general election, Habibur Rahman Mollah was nominated by Awami League in Dhaka-5 constituency and won the election. He was also re-elected as a Member of Parliament in the 2014 and 2018 elections.

Dhaka Bureau Chief, May 06,2020