Tipu Sultan (politician)

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The Honourable
Tipu Sultan
Member of Jatiyo Sangshad for Barisal-3
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Born5 January 1967 (1967-01-05) (age 56)
Political party Workers Party of Bangladesh

Tipu Sultan (born 5 January 1967) is a Bangladeshi politician. He has served as a member of the Jatiyo Sangshad since 2014, representing Barisal-3 for the Workers Party of Bangladesh [1]


Sultan is an advocate by profession

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  1. "Constituency 121_10th_En". Parliament.gov.bd. Retrieved 20 June 2015.