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BBCA starts its journey

15New organisation of British Bangladeshi caterers in the UK, British Bangladesh Caterers Association (BBCA) will play an important role in advancing the curry industry in the UK.  Secretary of State for Education, Nicky Morgan MP said this at the launching event of newly formed organisation BBCA in Regency Banqueting Hall in East London on 10 June.  Nicky Morgan also hoped that this organisation will play a part to create more employment by providing training and skills.
Other special guests who attended the launching event of BBCA included Stephen Teams MP, and Commercial Councillor of Bangladesh Mission in London Sharifa Khatun.
Monira Parvin and Jeni Rahman jointly presented the event where Member Secretary of Convening Committee former Councillor Selim Chowdhury welcomed the guests with his speech.
Convenor of the convening committee Atiqur Rahman Khan dissolved the convening committee and declared the new 61 members new executive committee for the association.
The new committee included President Yafor Ali, Secretary Shahanoor Khan, Treasurer Elais Miah Motin, and Senior Vice-President Atiqur Rahman Khan.  Vice-Presidents included Shamsul Islam Selim, Kamal Jahangir Miah, Abdul Quddus and Taraul Islam.
Other committee members were Joint Secretary Shohidur Rahman, Joint Secretary Belal Hossain, Orgnaising Secretary Selim Chowdhury, Membership Sec retary Enamul Karim Khan (Selim Khan), Press and Publications Councillor Atiqul Haque, and Joint Membership Secretary Syed Fakhrul Alam Pavel.
Senior members in the committee are Ashraf Uddin, Alhaj Manik Miah and others.
New President Yafor Ali and Secretary Shahanoor Khan addressed the audience.  Among others who gave speech were President of London Bangla Press Club Nobab Uddin, CEO of NTV Sabrina Hossain, CEO of ATN Bangla Haifz Alam Bhaksh and others.
A magazine was published to mark the launching of this newly formed organisation.
The event started with the national anthems of Bangladesh and Britain.
A cultural performance was performed in the second part of the event.