Governments of Bangladesh & its GDP

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This is the detail list of Bangladesh various government formed since its declaration of Independence . The mentioned date is the forming date of the Government . The GDP data collected from world bank data center .

No Governments of Bangladesh Date GDP
1 Provisional Government of Bangladesh¬†‚Äď April 17, 1971 GDP: $ 8.75 B
2 First Government of independent Bangladesh – Mujib 1 January 12, 1972 GDP : $6.28 Billion
3 The Fist Elected Govornment of Bangladesh¬†‚Äď Mujib 2
March 16, 1973 $8.08 Billion
4 Bangladesh Krishak Sramik Awami League (BaKSAL)
– GDP :
Januarry 25 ,1975 $19.44 Billion
5 Cabinet of Killers- Mostaq Military dictatorship August 15, 1975
6 Military dictatorship – Ziaur Rahman November 6, 1975
7 Army chief as President: Ziaur Rahman April 21, 1977 GDP : $9.65 Billion
8 Ershad – Military dictatorship May 30, 1981 $20.25 Billion
9 Ershad
Military dictatorshi
March 24, 1982 $18.52 Billion
10 1st Caretaker Govornment December 6, 1990 $31.59 Billion
11 BNP -2nd Khaleda Zia Govornment March 20, 1991 $30.59 Billion
12 2nd caretaker Government March 30, 1996 $40.43 Billion
13 Awami League –
First Sheikh Hasina Cabinet
June 23, 1996 $40.43 Billion
14 3rd caretaker Government July 15, 2001 $53.99 Billion
15 BNP- 3rd Khaleda Cabinet October 10, 2001 $53.99 Billion
16 4th Caretaker Govornment October 29, 2006 $71.81 Billion
17 5th Caretaker Government –
Fakhruddin/ Military watch
January 11, 2007 $79.81 Billion
18 Awami League –
2nd Sheikh Hasina Cabinet
January 6, 2009 $79.61 Billion
19 Awami League –
3rd Sheikh Hasina Cabinet
January 24, 2014 $172.88 Billion
20 Awami League –
4th Sheikh Hasina Cabinet
January 7, 2019 $249 Billion

April 17, 1971


After the Battle of Palasy and fall of Nawab of Bengal in 1757,Bengal was divided between India & Pakistan in 1947 by British mandate. The former East Bengal renamed East Pakistan, Declared Independence on 26 March 1971. The government constituted to conduct the Bangladesh war of liberation, formed on 10 April 1971 ,its oath was taken on 17 April 1971.
The Mujibnagar government headed by tajuddin ahmad, President
Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman .

April 17, 1971
January 12, 1972

First Government of independent Bangladesh – GDP : $6.28 Billion

The second Sheikh Mujib cabinet was the first Government of sovereign and independent Bangladesh. After independence on 16 December 1971, Pakistan released president Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on 10 January. , Sheikh Mujibur Rahman assumed office as the  Prime Minister of Bangladesh on 12 January 1972.

January 12, 1972
March 16, 1973


The Fist Elected Govornment of Bangladesh
– GDP : $8.08 Billion

1973 Bangladeshi General Elections was held on 7 March 1973.
 Bangladesh Awami League won 293 of the 300 seats.
 Sheikh Mujibur Rahman assumed office as the  Prime Minister of Bangladesh on 16 March 1973

March 16, 1973
January 25, 1975

Second Revolution was placed and the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution was made on 25 January 1975 .
The rules of BAKSAL required all other parties and associations including various services and forces to join the national party and work unitedly in fighting corrosive forces and in rebuilding the nation. In Three Years (1972-1975) $13.16 Billion dollar GDP added in the economy.

January 25, 1975
August 15, 1975

Cabinet of Killers- Mostaq Military dictatorship

On Early hours of 15 August 1975, a group of the rough military group supported by western Powers & enemy of the state killed PM Sheikh Mujibur to topple the government. Khondaker Mustaq Ahmed assumed the presidency, Major General Ziaur Rahman became the new Chief of Army Staff. The first Prime Minister of Bangladesh Tajuddin Ahmed, former Prime Minister Mansur Ali, former Vice-President Syed Nazrul Islam and former Home Minister A. H. M. Qamaruzzaman, were arrested. Three months later, on 3 November 1975, they were murdered in Dhaka Central Jail .

August 15, 1975
November 6, 1975

Military dictatorship – Ziaur Rahman

Brigadier¬†Khaled Mosharraf¬†and the 46th Brigade of¬†Dhaka Cantonment revolted against¬†Khandaker Mushtaq Ahmed‘s administration on 3 November 1975 . Army Chief Ziaur Rahman was forced to relinquish his post and put under house arrest. On 7 November, another mutiny staged by the¬†Jatiyo Samajtantrik Dal¬†(JSD) under retired Lieutenant Colonel¬†Abu Taher. Ziaur Rahman was appointed as army chief of staff¬†& a so-called interim government was formed. Ziaur Rahman became¬†Chief Martial Law Administrator¬†. Abu Taher was sentenced to death in July 1976¬† by Ziaur Rahman. He assumed the presidency later .

November 6, 1975
April 21, 1977

Ziaur Rahman gained de facto power as head of the government already under martial law imposed by the Mushtaq government. He took over the presidency in April 21, 1977   . Zia founded the Bangladesh Nationalist Party РBNP in 1978 . He initiated the first Asian regional group known as SAARC.  The Indemnity Act, pardoning the subsequently convicted killers of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, was legalized by Rahman. Killers of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman were sent abroad during his time as president. Rahman faced twenty-one coup attempts in his time. In the early hours of the morning of 30 May 1981, he was assassinated by a group of Bangladesh army officers. From 1975 to 1981 GDP was a downgrade compared to 1975

April 21, 1977
May 30, 1981

Vice president Became President End of Zia’s Rule
– GDP : $20.25 Billion

In May 1981 the President Ziaur Rahman was assassinated by a faction of officers of the Bangladesh Army. Following the assassination Vice President Abdus Sattar automatically became the acting President of Bangladesh . Presidential elections were held in Bangladesh on 15 November 1981 . Abdus Sattar gained 65% while Kamal Hossain from Bangladesh Awami League got 26% vote . Upon taking power, Sattar, a former judge without a military background, announced that the role of the military was strictly to protect the territory and borders. Army chief of staff Ershad pressured the Sattar government to concede a greater role for the military in the government, threatening to seize power if its demands were not met

May 30, 1981
March 24, 1982


Ershad
Military dictatorship
– GDP : $18.52 Billion

Ziaur Rahman,s Chief of Army Staff of the Bangladesh Army Lt. Gen. Hussain Muhammad Ershad deposed elected civilian government of President Abdus Sattar in March 24, 1982 . He declared himself President in 1983 ,
 Ershad founded the Jatiya Party in 1986  .subsequently won the controversial 1986 Bangladeshi presidential election.
 he was forced to resign following a popular pro-democracy mass uprising led by Sheikh Hasina of Awami league and BNP .
Ershad resignedon 6 December 1990.
from 1982 to 1990,USD $13.56 Billion GDP added to the economy

March 24, 1982
December 6, 1990

1st Caretaker Govornment
– GDP : $31.59 Billion

The opposition chose Chief Justice shahabuddin ahmed as the Acting President to oversee a free and fair election. A neutral caretaker government was formed under Justice Shahabuddin . They organized 1991 Bangladeshi General Elections .

December 6, 1990
March 20, 1991

BNP -2nd Khaleda Zia.
– GDP : $30.59 Billion

In The 1991 Bangladeshi General Elections, BNP led by Khaleda Zia, won 140 of 300 seats with 30.8 % Vote the Bangladesh Awami League, led by Sheikh Hasina got 30.1 % vote. BNP won the election with only 0.7% margin. Dubbed as the most competitive election in Bangladesh History. after 5 year The Sixth National Parliamentary Elections 1996 was held on 15 February 1996 .
the election was boycotted by most opposition parties. The result was a victory for the (BNP), which won 300 of the 300 seats . The opposition then continued a campaign of marches, demonstrations, and strikes.
the administration was short lived, lasting only 12 days.
From 1991 to 1996 USD 8.84 Billion GDP added to the Economy

March 20, 1991
March 30, 1996

2nd caretaker Government
– GDP : $40.43 Billion

In March 1996, following escalating political turmoil, Parliament enacted the thirteenth Constitutional amendment installing a neutral caretaker government to assume power and conduct new parliamentary elections The Habibur Rahman Cabinet led the Caretaker government of Bangladesh from 30 March 1996 to 23 June 1996 to host
1996 Bangladeshi General Elections.

March 30, 1996
October 10, 2001

BNP- 2nd Khaleda Cabinet
– GDP : $53.99 Billion

BNP won 193 Seat with 41.40% vote while Awami League got 62 seat with 40.02 % vote . The wining margine was only 1.38% Vote . Majority BNP leader Khaleda Zia was invited to form a government and on 10 October 2001
From 2001 to 2006 USD 17.82 Billion GDP added to the Economy

October 10, 2001
October 29, 2006

4th Caretaker Govornment
– GDP : $71.81 Billion

To hold the next general election The caretaker government was established under President Iajuddin . As Awami League questioned the neutrality of K. M. Hasan, the immediate past Chief Justice, who was in line to become Chief Advisor of the caretaker government.  On 3 January 2007, the last day possible, the Awami League declared that they and their allies would boycott the election.  The interim period was marked from the beginning by violent protests with 40 people killed and hundreds injured in the first month.

October 29, 2006
January 11, 2007

5th Caretaker Government –
Fakhruddin/ Military watch
– GDP : $79.81 Billion


On 11 January 2007, the military intervened to support the government
Military representatives met with President Ahmed the Army Chief, General¬†Moeen U Ahmed persuaded the President to declare a¬†state of emergency. They wanted a neutral government established until “fair, free and credible elections” could be held in which all parties participated.
 the former Bangladesh Bank governor Fakhruddin Ahmed, was sworn in as the new Chief Advisor, he lifted the curfew. It filed charges against 160 politicians, civil servants, and businessmen, including Tareque and Arafat Rahman, two sons of the former prime minister, Khaleda Zia, who were both active in the BNP. This anti-corruption effort was greeted with approval by the people.26 April 2007, the government had changed its position, and allowed Hasina to return and both leaders to resume political activities. the Government worked on a minus-two formula which meant ousting Hasina and Zia . On 15 July 2007, Bangladesh Election Commission published a road map for the election, Near the end of 2008, the caretaker government moved to restore democratic government and held elections in December.
From 2006 to 2009 in three years outstanding USD 30.66 Billion GDP added to the Economy

January 11, 2007
January 6, 2009


Awami League –
2nd Sheikh Hasina Cabinet
– GDP : $79.61 Billion


Bangladesh Awami League won 230 seats with 49% vote while BNP got 30 seats with 33.2% vote in 2008 Bangladeshi General Elections. AL forms government Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
From 2009 to 2014 Outstanding USD 70.61 Billion GDP added to the Economy

January 6, 2009
January 24, 2014


Awami League –
3rd Sheikh Hasina Cabinet
– GDP : $172.88 Billion



From 2014 to 2019 USD 76.12 Billion GDP added to the Economy

January 24, 2014
January 7, 2019


Awami League –
4th Sheikh Hasina Cabinet
– GDP : $249 Billion


January 7, 2019

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