Who is Arafat Rahman Koko wife Sharmila Rahman? From this article you will know details about this woman which are still unknown to you.
Arafat Rahman, nicknamed “Coco”, was a Bangladeshi cricket organizer and former chairman of the Development Committee of the Bangladesh Cricket Board. He was also the younger son of former Bangladesh President Ziaur Rahman and former Bangladesh Prime Minister Khaleda Zia.
Arafat Rahman is widely remembered for his contribution to Bangladesh cricket as the Chairman of the Development Committee of the Bangladesh Cricket Board from 2002 to 2005. The squad that served as a grooming ground for young cricketers and ensured a pipeline of talent for the national cricket team over the next decade.
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Sharmila Rahman, wife of late Arafat Rahman Koko, younger son of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia. Khaleda Zia’s younger son Arafat Rahman Koko died on January 25, 2015 in Malaysia. Since then his wife Sharmila Rahman and two daughters are living in UK. Sometimes she comes to Dhaka and stays at the house of mother-in-law Khaleda Zia.
Sharmila Rahman Age, Height
She is a beautiful woman, but her age, height and weight are not known. If known, we will publish it. Koko’s wife Sharmila came to Dhaka on October 25 last year after hearing about the illness of mother-in-law Khaleda Zia. After staying in Dhaka for three months, he returned to the UK on Sunday night.
Sharmila Rahman Not much is known about her active life, Sharmila Rahman is the wife of late Arafat Rahman Koko, younger son of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia. However, Begum Khaleda Zia’s younger son Syeda Sharmila Rahman Sinthi, wife of late Arafat Rahman Koko, is going to get married again.
Several top leaders of BNP in London said this information, “The wedding was supposed to take place in December, but the wedding has been postponed due to the intensification of the outbreak of Corona in London.”
After the death of husband Arafat Rahman Koko, Sinthi migrated from Malaysia to the UK. She is living there with her two children. Sometimes she comes to Dhaka and stays at her mother-in-law Khaleda Zia’s house. He is also close to Begum Zia. Sinthi met the businessman at the beginning of last year. The businessman regularly provided financial support to Sinthi.
Personal Life Buzz
Syeda Sharmila Rahman became the most discussed after Begum Zia’s arrest. During this time he came to Dhaka several times. Visit Begum Zia in jail. As a result, his influence in BNP politics increases. And as an inevitable consequence of this, Sinthi started conflict with Tarek. It is also known that Begum Zia took Sinthi’s side. At least two BNP leaders in London said that Sharmila Rahman Sinthi was suffering from financial problems recently. And with this source, the businessman came forward. A source says Begum Zia has consented to Sinthi’s marriage. But
At the time of writing this report, BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia is undergoing treatment under “close observation” of doctors in Evercare hospital cabin. However, his physical condition has improved somewhat. Wife Sharmila Rahman Sinthi is looking after Khaleda Zia round the clock in the hospital.
In the parish, Sharmila Rahman Sinthi, wife of late Arafat Rahman Koko, younger son of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, left Dhaka after staying in the country for more than a month. She left Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport for London on a Malaysian Air Lines flight. On March 21, he came to Dhaka to celebrate Eid with his sick mother and mother-in-law Begum Khaleda Zia. When he came to Dhaka, he first boarded Khaleda Zia’s residence in Gulshan and boarded the ‘Firoza’.
The next day she went to see his mother at Banani’s house. A few days before Eid, Sinthi’s two daughters Zahia Rahman and Zafia Rahman also came to Dhaka from London. They also celebrated Eid with Khaleda Zia and went back to London. Meanwhile, BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia was admitted to Ever Care Hospital in Bashundhara on April 29 for a physical check-up. At that time, her daughter-in-law Sinthi was with her mother-in-law. He was by Khaleda Zia’s side even after he returned to Feroza on May 4.