Ayesha Khanam, president of Bangladesh Mahila Parishad and a good freedom fighter, passed on at a hospital found in the administrative centre early hours of Saturday. She was 74.
She had been experiencing cancer for years. She was admitted to BRB Medical center early today after fell sick at home, the organisation's standard secretary Maleka Banu verified.
Ayesha Khanam's human body was taken to the central business office of the Mahila Parishad around 8:30 am for folks to pay their previous respects.
She'll be buried at her friends and family graveyard in Netrakona district.
Ayesha was created at village Gabragati found in Netrokona on October 18, 1947.
A good former vice president of Chhatra Union, Ayesha played a prominent position as an organiser of a few of the country's most crucial historical events, including the student movement of 1962, the mass uprising of 1969 and the Liberation War of 1971.