Shafin Ahmed, the lead singer of "Miles" has decided to leave the popular rock band after being its crucial member since 1979.
The singer announced the decision in a video message posted on his verified Facebook page on Saturday.
In the message, he said that the decision was taken due to "many unfair and unjust activities" which took place within the band for a long time.
He elaborated: "I took this decision because of many unfair and unjust activities within the band Miles for a long time. However, I shall continue to do music as an artist and I hope you will all be respectful towards my decision. Please watch the video message and DO NOT SHARE ON ANY YOUTUBE CHANNEL."
"We have celebrated 40 years of Miles. If we cannot work together, I believe it would be best if we stop doing any work in future under the banner of Miles,” he said.
Shafin left the band twice in 2010 and 2016, citing personal reasons but returned again.
Miles’ current members are Hamin Ahmed, Manam Ahmed, Iqbal Asif Jewel and Syed Ziaur Rahman Turya.
The band established in 1979, celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2019 by performing in Europe, the US, Canada and Australia as part of their world tour.
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