Moudud Ahmed’s namaj-e-janaza held on SC premises

Sun Online Desk

19th March, 2021 11:20:40 printer

Moudud Ahmed’s namaj-e-janaza held on SC premises

The namaj-e-janaza of BNP standing committee member and eminent lawyer Moudud Ahmed was held on the Supreme Court premises on Friday morning.

The namaj-e-janaza was held at 10:25am.

Earlier, the body of Moudud Ahmed was taken to the Central Shaheed Minar at 9:00am where people from all walks of life paid their homage to him.

Later, his remains will be taken to the where his second namaz-e-janaza will be held at 10:30am.

The third janaza will be held in front of BNP's Naya Paltan Central Office after party leaders and activists pay homage to the deceased at 11am.

Later, Moudud's body will be flown to Kabirhat upazila in Noakhali where his fourth janaza will be held in Kabirhat Degree College field at 2:30pm.

Moudud's body will be taken to his village home in Companiganj upazila from Kabirhat.

He will be buried at his family graveyard in Companiganj's Manikpur area at 5:30pm after his last jazana at Bashurhat Government Mujib College at 4pm.

His first janaza was held in Singapore and was participated in by Bangladeshi expatriates.

Earlier, a flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines carrying the body of the veteran politician landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on Thursday evening.

BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, along with senior party leaders, received the body at the airport on completion of the necessary formalities.

The BNP leaders placed wreaths at the coffin of their late colleague, and then it was taken to the deceased's Gulshan residence from the airport.

The body was then kept at the morgue of Evercare Hospital.

The 81-year-old ailing BNP leader died at Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore on Tuesday.

Moudud was admitted to Mount Elizabeth Hospital for advanced treatment on February 1 as he had been suffering from various complications.