Md Anwarul Islam has expressed his strong eagerness to continue to work for the improvement of life standard of people in Nachole, Bholahat and Gomostapur upazilas in Chapainawabganj.
Anwar who has sought nomination from the Awami League for contesting the upcoming national election from Chapainawabganj-2 (Nachole-Bholahat-Gomostapur) made the remarks in an exclusive interview with The Guardian on November 23.
A Presidium member of the Awami Jubo League, youth front of the ruling Awami League, Anwar said he has been contributing to different development activities in the area for the last five years as part of his preparation for the election.
Anwar, who is a director at the state-run BASIC Bank Limited, said he will still give his best efforts in favour of his party candidate in case other is nominated for the contest.
Anwar, who runs a business of lubricated oil in the capital, is a son of late Md Jhoru Mandol and late Most Sabada Khatun.
Apart from running a business, he is a lecturer at The Institute of Cost and Management Accounts of Bangladesh (ICMAB).
He did his MBA in Finance & Banking and M.com from the University of Dhaka. He is also a Fellow Member of The Institute of Cost and Management Accounts of Bangladesh.
Career politician Anwar previously was the Chapainawabganj Government College president of Bangladesh Chhatra League, student wing of the Awami League.
He is actively involved with local political activities of the Chapainawabganj.
Anwar and his wife Salina Khatun have a son and a daughter.