National Awami Party (Bhashani)
National Awami Party (Bhashani) is a left wing political party in Bangladesh.
National Awami Party (Bhashani) was established on 30 November 1967 when National Awami Party split into two different fractions. The pro-Moscow fraction was National Awami Party (Wali), led by Khan Abdul Wali Khan, and the pro-Beijing was called National Awami Party (Bhashani), led by Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani. On 17 November 1974, two leaders of the party, Kazi Zafar Ahmed and Rashed Khan Menon, formed a new political party called United People's Party. Following this split, Bhashani resigned from post of Party President.
- National Awami Party (Muzaffar) or Bangladesh National Awami Party, successor of the Wali faction
- Bangladesh National Awami Party-Bangladesh NAP, successor of the Bhashani faction
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