December 2, 2021, 3:26 pm
Staff Reporter: Momin Mahadi, chairman of the Natundhara Bangladesh NDB, has become a member of the International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP). He applied for membership on July 8 at the invitation of Chung Yue Young, the organisation’s co-chairman. Leaders of various political, educational, literary, cultural and social organizations at home and abroad have congratulated Momin Mehedi, the new chairman of the largest political party and leaders of the Asian continent, for being a member of this organization.
It may be mentioned that Momin Mahadi’s political career started in 1995 when he became the school organizer and led a large student organization. At the same time, he started writing regularly for various dailies including Daily Ittefaq and Inquilab. Although he was born in Mymensingh, he spent his adolescence in his ancestral home in Mehendiganj, Barisal. In 1999, he started working as a staff reporter for the local daily Dakshinanchal in Barisal. In 2004, he became the general secretary of the Dhaka University Student Rights Movement Alliance. In addition to writing, Momin Mahadi was constantly involved in the movement and struggle for the rights of students. In 2005, when he was the president of the Dhaka University Rights Movement Alliance and the president of the Bangabandhu Lekhak Parishad Dhaka University branch, he was also vocal in demanding Daksu election, free education for students from first class to postgraduate class. He was arrested in 2007 on false charges of conspiracy.
On 30 December 2012, under his leadership, the Natundaha Bangladesh NDB made its debut from the National Press Club. He applied for registration with the Election Commission on 31 December 2017 after fulfilling all the conditions including formation of 157 branch committees across the country. Since its inception, the Natundhara Bangladesh NDB under his leadership has been vocal in the struggle for the realization of people’s rights.