Revolutionary Workers Party of Bangladesh

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Revolutionary Workers Party of Bangladesh
বাংলাদেশের বিপ্লবী ওয়ার্কার্স পার্টি
President Khandaker Ali Abbas
Secretary-General Saiful Haque
Founded 2004
Headquarters 27/8/A Topkhana Road, Dhaka-1000[1]
Ideology Marxism–Leninism
Politics of Bangladesh
Political parties
Elections

Revolutionary Workers Party of Bangladesh is a political party in Bangladesh. The party emerged as a splinter group of Workers Party of Bangladesh, and initially the party also used the name 'Workers Party of Bangladesh'.[2] Party president is Khandaker Ali Abbas and the general secretary is Saiful Haque. The group came out of WPB on June 14, 2004. It opposed the tactic of making joint actions together with the Awami League.

Mass organisation of the party are the Bangladesh Agricultural Labour Union (BALU), Viplavi Krishak Sanhati (Revolutionary Peasants Union) and Shramjibi Nari Moitreyi (Working Women's Unity). The party publishes People's Democracy.[3]

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