Communist Party of Bangladesh (CPB) on Friday suspended its central committee advisor Manzurul Ahsan Khan for six months for taking an anti-party stance, sources at CPB said.
The decision comes after Manzur’s remarks in an article published in a Bangla daily and an interview published in another daily recently praising the Awami League government.
A party press release signed by CPB presidium member Abdullah Kafee Ratan said that Manzur’s remarks in the article and interview were conflicting with the party’s attitude, evaluation and political stand.
The release said that the decision of suspending Manzur for six months from his post of advisor and other duties was taken at the party presidium meeting on January 5.
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