BNP advisory council's meeting held
BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia yesterday sat with members of the party's advisory council to discuss the country's latest political and other situations.
This was for the first time since holding of the parliamentary election in December 2008, Khaleda Zia, also leader of the opposition, formally held the meeting where 29 advisory council members were present.
The three-hour long meeting started around 8:10pm, was held at the BNP chief's Gulshan office.
The members expressed their opinion on the current political, economic and other prevailing scenarios, said party sources.
Khaleda formed the 35-member advisory council on Dec 8, 2009.
Meanwhile, expelled BNP leader Nazmul Huda last night called on Khaleda Zia at her Gulshan office.
On getting green signal of withdrawing expel order, Huda met the BNP chief, party source said.
The meeting between Khaleda Zia and Nazmul Huda continued till filing of this report at 12:45am. They discussed the upcoming Supreme Court Bar Association election, said party leaders.
Huda was expelled from the party few months back for his comment on Khaleda Zia.