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Districts in Dhaka: Dhaka | Faridpur | Gazipur | Gopalganj | Jamalpur | Kishoreganj | Madaripur | Manikganj | Munshiganj | Mymensingh | Narayanganj | Narsingdi | Netrokona | Rajbari | Shariatpur | Sherpur | Tangail

Narayanganj District Information

Area759.57 square kilometers.
Bounded by
Narsingdi and Gazipur districts on the north, Munshiganj districts on the south, Brahmanbaria and Comilla districts on the east, Dhaka districts on the west.
Profile
Narayanganj subdivision was established in 1882 and was turned into a district in 1984. The district consists of five upazilas, 49 union parishads, 881 mouzas, 1374 villages, 2 municipalities, 12 wards and 115 mahallas.
Upazilla/ Thana
Araihazar Upazila, Bandar Upazila, Narayanganj Sadar Upazila, Rupganj Upazila, Sonargaon Upazila

Post Codes for Narayanganj District

Elected MP(s) in 2008 Election
Area# Area NameElected MPFrom
204Narayanganj-1Golam Dastagir GaziBangladesh Awami League
205Narayanganj-2Md. Nazrul IslamBangladesh Awami League
206Narayanganj-3Abdullah-Al-KaisarBangladesh Awami League
207Narayanganj-4Shara Begum KabariBangladesh Awami League
208Narayanganj-5Nasim OsmanJatiya Party
Parliament Election Winner (Party-wise): 2001,1996,1991
Seat#Area Name200119961991
202Narayangonj-1BNP (51.40)BAL (47.58)BNP (46.09)
203Narayangonj-2BNP (57.44)BAL (46.80)BNP (34.19)
204Narayangonj-3BNP (57.36)BNP (43.68)BNP (53.38)
205Narayangonj-4BNP (53.62)BAL (38.78)BNP (40.33)
206Narayangonj-5BNP (43.04)BAL (40.62)BNP (42.03)
BAL: Bangladesh Awami League
BNP: Bangladesh Nationalist Party
JI: Jamat E Islami
JP: Jatiya Party
History
sonargaon of the district was an important historical place from the ancient time. It was the capital of Bengal during the reign of isa khan. During the War of Liberation, the Pak army killed 139 people in Fatullah Thana on 29 November 1971.
Places to see
sonargaon of the district was an important historical place from the ancient time. It was the capital of Bengal during the reign of isa khan. During the War of Liberation, the Pak army killed 139 people in Fatullah Thana on 29 November 1971.
Newspapers
The Daily Sitalakhya, Khaborer Pata; weekly Fair House; extinct: weekly Sakal Barta, Ganadak.

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