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Bangladesh Nationalist Party

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বিএনপি'র ৪২তম প্রতিষ্ঠা বার্ষিকী উদযাপন | BNP | Bangladesh Nationalist Party

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Bangladesh Nationalist Party announces full central committee | News & Current Affairs

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Awami League owns terrorists claims Bangladesh Nationalist Party leader Shah Moazzem

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Bangladesh Nationalist Party to protest arrest warrant against chairperson Khaleda Zia

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Violence, intimidation and arrests ahead of Bangladesh national elections

The Bangladesh Nationalist Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties of Bangladesh. It was founded on 1 September 1978 by former Bangladesh President Ziaur Rahman after the Presidential election of 1978, with a view to uniting the people with nationalist ideology of the country. Since then, the BNP won the second, fifth, sixth and eighth national elections and two Presidential elections in 1978 and 1981. The party also holds the record of being the largest opposition in the history of parliamentary elections of the country, with 116 seats in the seventh national election of June 1996. It does not currently have representation in parliament after its boycotting of the 2014 national election.
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  • Ideology 

  • JAGODAL 

  • Jatiyatabadi Front 

  • Formation of BNP 

  • 1981–1982 

  • Military coup d'état, 1982 

  • 7-Party Alliance 

  • Attack on Begum Khaleda Zia 

  • Upazila election 1985 

  • Formation of student alliance 

  • General election 1986 

  • General election 1988 

  • Students movement 

  • Solidarity of teachers 

  • Caretaker government (2006–2008) 

  • Post-election campaigns (2012 – present) 

  • Jatiya Oikya Front 

  • Current leadership