Seating plan row in new Bangladesh Parliament
The newly elected Members of Parliament continued to make news in Bangladesh. There has been a seating row in the Parliament hoouse.
The seating plan row continued in Bangladesh's ninth parliament as speaker-mediated talks between the ruling and opposition parties ended inclusively ahead of the start the second day of its maiden session on Wednesday.
Speaker Abdul Hamid today re-arranged the seating order for the lawmakers in the parliament with four seats allocated for the opposition BNP in the front row.
Oli Ahmed, the lone lawmaker from the Liberal Democratic Party, has got his previous seat in the front row on the left of the speaker.
Outgoing speaker Jamiruddin Sircar, at the first session of the ninth parliament, allocated nine front seats on the left of the speaker for BNP.