A great assembly of British-Bangladeshi Fast Citizens, comprising former and current mayors and speakers residing in the United Kingdom, was convened in London. The gathering evolved into a convivial assembly with the attendance of incumbent and past municipal leaders and presenters and former presenters hailing from various urban centres.
It was decided to establish a group named the British-Bangladeshi Fast Citizen Alliance to organise a new mayor, train speakers, do charitable work as a non-political organisation, and address the issues of the Bangladeshi community in the UK and overseas.
The conference took place on the 20th of June at a dining establishment in the eastern region of London. Abdul Aziz Sardar, the ex-mayor of Tower Hamlets Council, chaired the meeting. The meeting was presided over by former Tower Hamlets Council speaker Mohammad Ayash Miah.
The constitution of the organisation was established by a group of notable individuals, including former mayors and councillors such as Pervez Ahmed, Ahbab Hossain, Khalesh Uddin Ahmed, Abdul Mukit Chunu MBE, Salim Ullah, Shafiqul Haque, Abul Asad, Matinuzzaman, Mizan Chowdhury, Darch Ullah, Sherwan Chowdhury, Humayun Kabir, and Jilani Chowdhury. Jahangir Haque, Dr Farak Chowdhury, Rajeev Ahmed, Jyotsna Islam, Sabina Akhtar, Safi Ahmed, and Farhad Masood Khan also formed the constitution.
The non-partisan philanthropic organisation was established with the consensus of all the mayors and speakers present at the meeting—former Speaker Councillor Md. Ayash Miah was accountable for conversely commencing all the legal and official framework procedures.