South East Region
Chairperson - Nurul Islam Mahbub
Tel: - 078 8190 6663
Secretary - Dr Mujibur Rahman
Treasurer - Md Shamsul Haque
Tel: - 078 8190 6663
The current South East Region Committee was formed on the 3rd of August 2010 at the Biennial General Meeting and Election of South East Region.
Shahgir Bakth Faruk, Sadruzzaman Khan and Dr Ruab Uddin where the election commissioners. The election was also attended by Freedom fighter Syed Mohsin Ali, MP from Rajnagor- Moulvi Bazar, M A Mannan MP of Jatiya Sangsad, Cllr Motin Uz-Zaman, Cllr Shaofiqul Haque, Cllr Ohid Ahmed and the Mayor of Tower Hamlets.
Nurul Islam Mahbub was elected as the Chairperson, Dr Mujibur Rahman as the General Secretary and Md Shamsul Haque as the Treasurer. Other members where also elected to form the new South East Region Committee Session 2010-12.
26th August 2010
GCS Central and South East Region organised an Iftaer and Dua Mahfil to highlight the importance of the Holy Month of Ramadan. The programmed was presided by then Central Chairperson Mohammed Monchab Ali JP and conducted by Dr M Mujibur Rahman. Guests included then Mayor of Tower Hamlets Motin Uz-Zaman.
13th February 2011
A protest meeting was organised alongside East London Branch, it was presided by Md Foyzur Rahman the Vice Chair of South East Region and conducted by the Dr M Mujibur Rahman. The editor of Bangla Post and GCS Patron K M Abu Taher Chodhury and General Secretary Mirza Ashab Baig of GSC central attended with other leaders.
16th December 2011
We held a meeting remembering the events of th eVictory Day. On this day in 1971, the Pakistani Army surrendered to the Indo-Bangladeshi High Command in Dhaka, ending the 9 month-long Bangladesh Liberation War. Guests included Mayor of Tower Hamlets Luthfur Rahman, Cllr Aminul Khan, Muktijudha Commander Ahbab Choudhury, Barrister Ataur Rahman and other GSC Central Leaders.
19th September 2010, 13th February 2011, 24th July 2011, 11th March 2012
We held EC Meetings on these dates to talk how we are going to strengthen our organisation. Some of the issues raised in these meetings include how we can help theft and harassment at Dhaka and Sylhet Airports for the thousands of British Nationals visiting Bangladesh every year, what we can do to onserve International Language Day and what actions we can take to help stop India building the Tipai Mukg Dam.
These events present a terrific oppotunity for all of us, especially ethnic British Bangladeshi in UK to furthur establish and maintain a valuable educational, social and support network. We sincerely hope they have been a great benefit to us and will also be able to contribute to the further development of our community.