The 24-point manifesto prioritized holding local leagues in different age-groups and senior levels in the districts and divisions
Samannay Parishad, or coordinated panel, contesting against Kazi Salahuddin and Co in the BFF Poll 2020, has announced its three-page manifesto at a city hotel, two days before the much awaited election.
With former football superstar and ex-BFF executive member Sheikh Mohammad Aslam as a senior vice-president candidate, the panel comprises 19 members, excluding the presidential and vice-presidential candidate.
BFF vice-president Mohiuddin Mohi, Police FC official Sheikh Mohammad Maruf Hasan, and SM Abdullah al Fuyad will vie for the vice-president’s posts from the panel.
The 24-point manifesto prioritized holding local leagues in different age-groups and senior levels in the districts and divisions, and setting up a 12-year long-term plan to “bring back lost glory of football”.
It pledged to hold district and upazila leagues as well as Suhrawardy Cup and Sher-e-Bangla Cup to make the pipeline for national team stronger, as well as arrange inter-college, inter-school, office and corporate football leagues.
Samannay Parishad (19 members): Sheikh Mohammad Aslam (vying for senior vice-president’s post), Abdullah al Fuad, Mahiuddin Ahmed, Sheikh Maruf Hasan (for vice-president’s posts), Aminul Haq Mamun, Abdul Wadud Pintu, Tipu Sultan, Manjurul Ahsan, Mahidur Rahman, Mizanur Rahman, Sabbir Hossain, Amer Khan, Arif Hossain Moon, Imtiaz Sultan Johnny, Fazlur Rahman, Mohammad Saiful Islam, Hasanuzzaman Khan, Shakil Mahmud Chowdhury and Syed Mostaq Ali