Sayed Ashraful Islam

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Sayed Ashraful Islam (1 January 1952 – 3 January 2019) was a Bangladeshi politician. He was a member of the Awami League. He was a Member of Parliament and Minister of Public Administration of the Government of Bangladesh.[1] Islam was Minister of Local Government and Rural Development.[2][3][4] He was born in Mymensingh, East Bengal.

In November 2018, Islam was diagnosed with stage-4 lung cancer.[5][6] He died two months later from the disease on 3 January 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand, aged 67.[7]

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  5. Ashraf seriously ill with cancer
  6. Syed Ashraf diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer
  7. Minister Syed Ashraful Islam dies in Bangkok