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Wahiduzzaman-led panel wins first REHAB polls in 16 years

The Real Estate and Housing Association of Bangladesh goes to the polls for the first time in 16 years
Express Report
  29 Feb 2024, 03:10

Housing Business Unity Council, led by Japan Garden City Ltd Managing Director Wahiduzzaman, has won the elections to the Real Estate and Housing Association of Bangladesh, or REHAB.

The voting for the biennial committee of the association was held for the first time in 16 years on Tuesday, with the council securing 25 out of 29 directors’ seats, according to results announced by Subrata Kumar, chairman of the REHAB Election Board and joint secretary of the commerce ministry.

The Joy Dhara panel, headed by Hamid Real Estate Construction Managing Director Intekhabul Hamid, got three directors’ posts and the Developers Forum, led by Century Realty Managing Director MGR Nasir Majumder, got one.

The Nabajagaran panel of Biswas Builders Managing Director Nazrul Islam Dulal could not secure a single post.

The election was held at the Krishibid Institution Bangladesh in Dhaka's Khamarbari

The election marks a significant moment for REHAB, as it is selecting an elected committee for the first time in 16 years.

The last election took place in 2008, and subsequent committees have been formed based on consensus.

In the 2021 election, all candidates were elected unopposed, with Alamgir Shamsul Alamin Kajal being named president for the fourth consecutive term.

A total of 476 members were eligible to vote in this election, choosing their leadership for the 2024-26 term, and 409 of them cast their votes.

The ballot featured 86 candidates vying for 29 director positions in Dhaka and seven candidates competing for three director roles in Chattogram.

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Wahiduzzaman-led panel wins first REHAB polls in 16 years

The Real Estate and Housing Association of Bangladesh goes to the polls for the first time in 16 years
Express Report
  29 Feb 2024, 03:10

Housing Business Unity Council, led by Japan Garden City Ltd Managing Director Wahiduzzaman, has won the elections to the Real Estate and Housing Association of Bangladesh, or REHAB.

The voting for the biennial committee of the association was held for the first time in 16 years on Tuesday, with the council securing 25 out of 29 directors’ seats, according to results announced by Subrata Kumar, chairman of the REHAB Election Board and joint secretary of the commerce ministry.

The Joy Dhara panel, headed by Hamid Real Estate Construction Managing Director Intekhabul Hamid, got three directors’ posts and the Developers Forum, led by Century Realty Managing Director MGR Nasir Majumder, got one.

The Nabajagaran panel of Biswas Builders Managing Director Nazrul Islam Dulal could not secure a single post.

The election was held at the Krishibid Institution Bangladesh in Dhaka's Khamarbari

The election marks a significant moment for REHAB, as it is selecting an elected committee for the first time in 16 years.

The last election took place in 2008, and subsequent committees have been formed based on consensus.

In the 2021 election, all candidates were elected unopposed, with Alamgir Shamsul Alamin Kajal being named president for the fourth consecutive term.

A total of 476 members were eligible to vote in this election, choosing their leadership for the 2024-26 term, and 409 of them cast their votes.

The ballot featured 86 candidates vying for 29 director positions in Dhaka and seven candidates competing for three director roles in Chattogram.

Comments

Safety concerns prompt Biman Bangladesh to review Boeing Dreamliner fleet
BB finds irregularities of Tk211cr in dollar purchases by Pubali Bank
Oil surges, equities sink as Iran blasts fan MidEast escalation fears
Pakistan aims to agree outline of new IMF loan in May: Finance Minister
Airlines scramble to change routes after Israeli attack on Iran