52 independent candidates of Awami League in 33 constituencies in one day

52 independent candidates of Awami League in 33 constituencies in one day

52 independent candidates of Awami League in 33 constituencies in one day.

Out of the 300 seats of the Jatiya Sangsad, 52 leaders of the Awami League were reported to be independent candidates in 33 seats on Tuesday. Almost all of them collected their nomination papers from the Returning Officer's office yesterday. Among them, there are at least 10 current members of parliament who are not nominated by Awami League.

  Among the present MPs who collected nomination papers from the Returning Officer's office as independent candidates yesterday without receiving the nomination of the party are Habibe Millat in Sirajganj-2 Constituency, Mohammad Subid Ali Bhuiyan in Comilla-1 Constituency, Jaya Sengupta in Sunamganj-2 Constituency. Wife of late Awami League leader Suranjit Sengupta), Enamul Haque in Rajshahi-4 constituency.

After the top level of Awami League advised to be an independent candidate, many of the party's nominees are becoming independent candidates in various constituencies. On November 26, party president and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina suggested independent (dummy) candidates instead of party nominations. However, the party's leaders say that attracting voters to non-BNP elections is one of the goals of encouraging leaders to become independent candidates. Apart from this, the top leadership of Awami League has also kept this issue in mind so that no one can win without competition.

But now, the party is also talking about deciding who among the Awami League nominees will be able to vote as independent candidates in the end. The party will issue a policy in this regard. Even the 71 parliamentarians, including 3 state ministers, who have been excluded from the party nomination, are said to be discussing among the policy makers of Awami League that they should not vote as independent candidates.

There is a discussion within the Awami League whether there will be chaos due to an independent or rebel candidate outside the nominated candidate of the party. Apart from this, confusion has arisen on the question of election in alliance in 14 parties. However, Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader highlighted some issues in his speech yesterday.

Obaidul Quader said to reporters at the Awami League president's office in Dhanmondi, Dhaka yesterday, "We have time to decide who wants to be an independent candidate." He also said, "The election will not be held in free style." We see who wants who. We also have a decision to make. We have a strategic decision. We have time till 17th (last day of withdrawal of candidature) for that decision. Within this we can make changes, augmentations, corrections, additions, accommodations—everything.'

There are two more days to collect and submit election nomination papers from the Returning Officer's office. The policy makers of Awami League believe that the number of leaders taking nomination papers as independent candidates may increase in these two days. The number of independent candidates in the 12th National Assembly elections is likely to be higher than in any previous election. The last day to submit nomination papers is tomorrow Thursday. Those who are collecting nomination papers, how many finally submit their nomination papers, will be clear on that day. However, the number of independent candidates in 300 seats across the country will not be finalized until the withdrawal period ends. Nomination papers can be withdrawn till December 17.

Independent candidates are also unnominated members of parliament.

In Comilla-1 (Daudkandi and Titas), the current Member of Parliament Mohammad Subid Ali Bhuiyan did not get party nomination this time. Awami League's Central Executive Committee's Science and Technology Secretary received party nomination for this seat. Abdus Sabur. Awami League's three-term parliamentarian Subid Ali Bhuiyan, who did not get a boat, has collected nomination papers to fight as an independent candidate in this seat.

Muhammad Iqbal Hossain, the current Member of Parliament of Gazipur-3 (Part of Sripur and Gazipur Sadar) has announced to be an independent candidate. Rumana Ali, the current Member of Parliament of reserved women's seat, has been nominated by Awami League here.

In Rajshahi-4 (Bagmara) Constituency, the present Member of Parliament Enamul Haque is running as an independent candidate without getting nomination from Awami League. Satkhira-2 (Satkhira Sadar) Constituency Member of Parliament Mir Mostak Ahmed is an independent candidate without getting party nomination.

Habiganj-2 (Baniachong-Ajmiriganj) Constituency Member of Parliament Abdul Majeed Khan will contest independent election even if he does not get party ticket. He has already taken nomination papers. Mohammad Ebadul Karim, the current Member of Parliament, has taken nomination papers as an independent candidate from Brahmanbaria-5 (Navinagar) Constituency.

Apart from this, Shafiqul Azam Khan in Jhenaidah-2 constituency, Imajuddin Pramanik in Naogaon-4 constituency and Ayenuddin in Rajshahi-3 constituency have also collected nomination papers as independent candidates.

Independent in 7 out of 11 seats in Comilla.

Awami League leaders have taken nomination papers to be elected as independent or rebel candidates in 7 out of 11 parliamentary constituencies in Comilla.

Selima Ahmad, Yusuf Abdullah Harun, Pran Gopal Dutta, former Railway Minister. Awami League MPs have been nominated for various constituencies in Comilla including Mujibul Haque. But the party leaders are running as independent candidates against them.

In all the six seats of Brahmanbaria, Awami League nominees have contested against the party's nominated candidate. Law Minister Anisul Haque has two independent candidates of the party in Brahmanbaria-4 seat.

Awami League leaders will hold independent elections in three of the four constituencies of Satkhira.

Sadiq Abdullah will fight in Barisal

Former mayor of Barisal City Corporation and general secretary of city Awami League, Serniabat Sadiq Abdullah has collected nomination papers from the returning officer to become an independent candidate in Barisal-5 (Sadar) seat. Sadiq Abdullah and his workers-supporters were disappointed by not getting the party nomination in the last city corporation election. Overcoming this disappointment, he wanted party nomination for the Sadar seat to retain influence in politics. However, in the end, the current member of parliament and state minister for water resources, Zahid Farooq, got the party nomination.

Barisal Metropolitan Awami League President and Zilla Parishad Chairman AKM Jahangir told Prothom Alo yesterday afternoon that they have decided to field Sadiq Abdullah as a candidate for the Sadar seat. This decision has been taken as party independent candidates have been relaxed.

Meanwhile, Awami League presidium member Jahangir Kabir Nanak told Prothom Alo yesterday that the party will analyze the situation and take the next step after the nomination papers are submitted on November 30.

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