League Awami, the ruling Awami League, has completed the list of candidates for the post of president in the first phase of the 87 election of Parishad. The list was finalized at a meeting of the parliamentary appointment committee and the local government appointment committee on Friday in the official residence of Prime Minister Ganobhaban. The Secretary General of the party, the Minister of Road Transport and the Obaidul Quader Bridge announced the list at a press conference in the political office of President Awami, Dhanmondi, on Saturday. He said this was the first step in listing the list.
It was found on the list, 23 out of 87 candidates, the current President Upazili. In addition, 36 are completely new. Previously, on behalf of the Awami League, no Minister for Ministers and Members was appointed. Ministers of both ministers were named. One of them was younger brother Mahbubuzzaman Ahmed, Minister of Social Welfare Nuruzzaman Ahmed (Kaliganj, Lalmonirhat). Second, Golam Kibria Jabbar (Khalijuri, Netrokona), younger brother of the Minister of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology Mustafa Jabbar.
At the press conference, it was informed that the Awami League did not give any party candidates nominees for the post of vice-president and vice-president of Parikad. These two terms are open. Obaidul Quader expressed the hope that many GNPs would compete in these elections as independent candidates.
Later Secretary of the Awami League said. In a press release, signed by MP Abdus Sobhan Gulab (MP), the list of candidates for the post of president of the election of Parishad was sent to the media. The names of these people in the list are:
Panchagarh: Md. Amirul Islam (Sadar), Kazi Mahmudur Rahman (Tentulia), Md. Hasnat Zaman Chowdhury George (Debiganj, current President), Md. Faruk Alam (Boda) and Md. Touhidul Islam (Atwari)
Nilphamari: Shahid Mahmud (Sadar), Tofail Ahmed (Domar), Md. Tabibul Islam (Dimla, current President), Md. Mokheddul Momin (Syedpur, current President), Md. Zakir Hossain Babul (Kishoreganj) and Md. Ansar Ali Mintu (Jaldhaka).
Lalmonirhat: Md. Nazrul Haque Patowari Bhola (Sadar), Md. Ruhul Amin Babul (current President Patram), Md. Liakat Hossain (Hatibandha, current President), Md. Rafiqul Alam (Aditmari) and Mahbubuzzaman Ahmed (Kaliganj, current President).
Kurigram: Mustafa Zaman (Nageswari, new), Md. Golam Hossain Montu (Ulipur, New), Shawkat Ali Sarkar (Chilmari, current president), Md. Majibur Rahman (Rowmari, current President), Md. Nurunnabi Chowdhury (current President of Bhurungamari), Abu Nur Mohammad Akteruzzaman (Rajarhat), Md. Ataur Rahman (Phulbari, new), Md. Shafiul Alam (Rajibpur, current president) and Amman Uddin Ahmed (Sadar). Presidents Roumari and Rajibpur sought to appoint a party for eleven parliamentary elections.
Joypurhat: SM Solaiman Ali (Sadar), Md. Monirul Shahid Mandal (Panchbibi), Md. Abdus Salam Akand (Akkelpur), Md. Minfujur Rahman (current president of Kalai) and Md. Mostakim Mondal (Khetlal).
Rajshahi: Md. Munsur Rahman (Paba), Md. Lutfar Haider Rashid (Tana), Md. GM Hira Bachchu (Puthia), Md. Nazrul Islam (Durgapur, current President), Mohammad Laiyab Uddin (Bagha), Jahangir Alam (Godagari), Md. Fakrul Islam (Charghat), Md. Abdus Salam (Mohanpur) and Anil Kumar Sarkar (Bagmara).
Natore: Md. Shariful Islam Ramadan (leader, current president), Md. Jahidul Islam (Gurdaspur), Md. Sekundar Rahman (Bagatipara), Md. Shafiqul Islam (Singra, current President), Md. Siddiqur Rahman Patwari (current President Baraigram) and Md. Ishaq Ali (Lalpur).
Sirajganj: Mohammad Riaz Uddin (Head, current President), Md. Faruk Hossain (Chauhali), Md. Khalilur Rahman Sirajee (Kazipur), Imrul Hossain Tang (Raiganj), Md. Shafiqul Islam (Ullapara), Md. Azad Rahman (Shahjadpur), Md. Ali Akand (Belkuchi) and Sanjit Kumar Karmakar (Tarash).
Jamalpur: Mohammad Abul Hossain (Sadar), AKM Saiful Islam (Bakshiganj), Md. Abul Kalam Azad (Dewanganj, current President), Md. Kamruzzaman (Melandeh), Md. Obaidur Rahman Belal (Madarganj, current President), Md. Gias Uddin Pathan (Sarishbari) and SM Jamal Abdul Naser (Islampur). Gias Uddin Pathan, without the other four, is new.
Netrokona: Md. Tafsir Uddin Khan (Sadar), Golam Kibria Jabbar (Khalijuri), Mohammad Emdadul Haque Khan (Durgapur, current President), Md. Shaheed Iqbal (Mohanganj), Md. Golam Rasul Talukder (Barhataha), Md. Abdul Khalek (Kalmakanda), Md. Habibur Rahman (Madan) and Zahidul Islam Sujon (former President, current President). New faces in Barhatti and Madan
Habiganj: Md. Moshiur Rahman (Sadar), Md. Alamgir Chowdhury (Nabiganj, current President), Md. Mushfiqul Alam Azad (Lakhai, current President), Md. Abdul Hai (current President Bahubal), Alhaj Atikur Rahman (Madhabpur), Md. Abdul Qadir Lashkar (Chunarughat), Md. Mortuza Hasan (Ajmeriganj) and Md. Abul Kashem Chowdhury (Baniachang) The current Chairman of Chunarugh Abu Taher was appointed. All others are new faces
Sunamganj: Md. Khairul Huda (Sadar, New), Md. Yusuf Al Azad (Jamalganj), Chowdhury Abdullah Al Mahmoud (Shalla), Md. Rafiqul Islam Talukder (Bishwambharpur), Shamim Ahmed Murad (Dharmapasha), Md. Fazlur Rahman (new Chhatak), Abdur Rahim (Doara Bazar), Pradip Roy (Dirai, New), Karuna Sindhu Chowdhury Bablu (Tahirpur, New) and Md. Abul Kalam (Southern Sunamganj, current President).
The Electoral Commission (EC) decided to hold elections in 481 elections in five phases. The first phase of the election will be on March 10th. The last date for submitting nomination documents was February 11th. According to the European Commission, the elections will take place in four phases of 18, 24, 31 March and 18 June. The European Commission announced the date for the 129 election, you went to the second phase on Thursday.