Murad Hasan

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Murad Hasan
Member of Parliament for Jamalpur-4
In office
25 January 2009 – 24 January 2014
Assumed office
Personal details
Born17 November
Sarishabari, Jamalpur
Political partyAwami League

Murad Hasan is a Bangladeshi politician and the Member of Parliament for Jamalpur-4.[1] He has got charge as a State Minister of Health & Family Welfare Ministry of Peoples Republic of Bangladesh of 11th parliament. Dr. Murad Hasan was also a Member of Bangladesh Awami League, Jamalpur District Unit & Now he is Health Secretary of The same unit. He has completed his SSC from Jamalpur Zilla School in the year of 1990 & HSC from Notre Dame College in 1992. After that he got admitted into Mymensingh Medical College in 1993. During then he was a student leader of Bangladesh Student League and became The President of Bangladesh Students League in 2001 and Completed his MBBS degree from MMCH. Then he joined Bangabandhu Medical University as a Honorary Consultant of oncology depertment and nominated as the candidate of 9th parliament election of Bangladesh AwamiLeague in 2008 from Jamalpur-4, Sarishabari and elected as a parliament member. Then he has given charge of a member of health & family concerning permanent committee of Bangladesh AwamiLeagu. In 2018, 11th national parliament Election he again nominated as Member of Parliament & got charge of state minister of Health & family welfare ministry of People's Republic of Bangladesh.


Hasan was elected to Parliament in 2008 from Jamalpur-4 as a Bangladesh Awami League candidate. On 4 August 2012, he physically assaulted Vice-President of Jamalpur District unit of Bangladesh Awami Lawyers Council, Advocate Badrudozza Bahadur. He confined Bahadur to a room for two hours and only set him free after intervention of Awami League leaders and the Officer in Charge of the local police station.[2] He was nominated by Awami League to contest the 2018 election.[3]


  1. ^ "List of 11th Parliament Members". Bangladesh Parliament. Retrieved 10 January 2019.
  2. ^ "AL MP Murad Hasan assaults senior lawyer". Retrieved 29 December 2018.
  3. ^ "Awami League chooses new faces for upcoming election". Retrieved 29 December 2018.