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Foysol Choudhury was born on 5 January, 1969 in Badardi, Bausha, Nabiganj, Habiganj, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), is a Businessman. At 51 years old, Foysol Choudhury height is 5 ft 6 in (168.0 cm).

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Occupation Businessman
Foysol Choudhury Age 53 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 5 January 1969
Birthday 5 January
Birthplace Badardi, Bausha, Nabiganj, Habiganj, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh)
Nationality British

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Who Is Foysol Choudhury's Wife?

His wife is Tahmina Choudhury (Moni)

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Wife Tahmina Choudhury (Moni)
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Children 2

Foysol Choudhury Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Foysol Choudhury worth at the age of 53 years old? Foysol Choudhury’s income source is mostly from being a successful Businessman. He is from British. We have estimated Foysol Choudhury's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Businessman

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On 11 June 2019, an article in the Edinburgh Evening News reported criticism of Mr Choudhury by an employment tribunal. The tribunal, brought by former Mela director Chris Purnell, found that evidence given by Mr Choudhury was unsatisfactory. The tribunal said Mr Purnell had given his evidence “in a straightforward and measured way” and it was “entirely credible”. It added: “In contrast, the manner in which Mr Khan and Mr Choudhury gave their evidence was often unsatisfactory. Both showed a reluctance to answer simple questions directly.”


At the snap 2017 general election, Choudhury was selected as the official Labour Party candidate for the Edinburgh South West constituency. However, he was not elected and finished in third place with 13,213 votes.


The 2016 Mela was cancelled but the festival went ahead in scaled-back form in 2017 and 2018. The council has invited tenders to run a multicultural event in the summer of 2019.


He has been involved with the Edinburgh and Lothian's Regional Equality Council (ELREC) since he was a teenager and has been an active campaigner for equality and good race and interfaith relations in Scotland. He has served the ELREC as a Trustee, company secretary, Vice Chair and he is currently its chairman. Choudhury has led the organisation through its transition from the race equality council to a pan-equalities regional council. In 2013, he was re-elected for a fourth term.


Choudhury is involved in fundraising campaigns, raising over a quarter of a million pounds for causes including Bangladesh Cyclone Appeal in Scotland, St Colombia's Hospice, Leukaemia and Cancer appeal, Sick Kids appeal, British Heart Foundation and many others. In addition to this he is also one of the organisers who built two shelter and 40 houses for the survivors of Cyclone Sidr Bangladesh in 2010.


In 2004, Choudhury was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2004 New Year Honours for his services to the community. In 2006, he was awarded from the Channel S Award for his outstanding role as community worker and leader.


In 1991, Choudhury co-founded the Edinburgh Mela and is currently its vice-chair. In 2010, he was elected as the Chairman of the Bangladesh Samity Edinburgh (Bangladesh Association Edinburgh). He has organised, annually, Bangladesh Independence Day Celebrations and other events to promote strong community relations. Choudhury is the Chairman of the Guild of Bangladeshi Restaurateurs of Scotland and as one of the founding members of Dine Bangladeshi Campaign.


Choudhury's parents are the late Al-Haj Gulam Rabbani Choudhury and Rukeya Rabbani Choudhury. He is eldest of six siblings, he has one brother and five sisters. In 1982, his father came and settled in Edinburgh. Choudhury's uncle is businessman Wali Tasar Uddin.


Foysol Hussain Choudhury, MBE (Bengali: ফয়ছল হোসেন চৌধূরী ; born 5 January 1969) is a Bangladeshi-born British businessman. He is Chairman of the Edinburgh and Lothian's Regional Equality Council. He is one of the founding directors and the Vice Chair of the Edinburgh Mela. He is also Chairman of the Bangladesh Samity Edinburgh.