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Malaysia's Deputy Speaker visits Radio Amber

Staff Reporter | newsbangladesh.com
Inserted: 16:42, Wednesday 12 September 2018 || Updated: 17:41, Thursday 13 September 2018


Malaysia's Deputy Speaker visits Radio Amber - National
Chief Executive Officer of Amber IT Limited Aminul Hakim (right), also CEO of Radio Amber, holds a meeting with Deputy Speaker of House Representatives, Malaysia, Dato’ Haji Mohd. Rashid Bin Hasnon on Tuesday (September 11, 2018)

Dhaka: Deputy Speaker of House Representatives, Malaysia, Dato’ Haji Mohd. Rashid Bin Hasnon has visited office of Radio Amber, a leading classified FM Radio in Bangladesh.

The Member of Parliament for Batu Pahat constituency, Rashid Bin Hasnon, is a Malaysian politician from the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), a component of Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition.

During the short visit of Radio Amber’s office at Gulshan in the capital on Tuesday night, a meeting was held with Chief Executive Officer of Amber IT Limited Aminul Hakim, also CEO of Radio Amber, and they discussed over different issues.

He (Rashid) also visited the office of newsbangladesh.com, an online news portal of Bangladesh, and expressed his satisfaction for its activities.

Rashid was also the Penang State Executive Council Member of the portfolio of Industrial Development and International Trade, Entrepreneurial Development, Corporative and Community Relation.

He was also the Deputy Chairman of Perbadanan Bekalan Air Pulau Pinang (PBAPP) board of directors.

Mr. Rashid was also the former Deputy Chief Minister 1 of Penang, Malaysia serving from 2013 to 2018.

 

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