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111 boats with 150 seats, 36 independents

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150 candidates have been declared unofficial winners in 299 constituencies in the 12th National Assembly elections. Among the 150 seats, the candidate with the boat symbol nominated by the ruling party Awami League has won the highest number of seats. So far, the boat symbol has won privately in 111 seats. 36 independent candidates have won. Apart from this, 5 people have won privately with the plow symbol of Jatiya Party so far.

After the counting of votes, center-wise results are released. The results obtained show that Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has won Gopalganj-3 constituencies unofficially for the eighth time in a row. Besides winning the boat symbol are those who:

1. Candidate for Bogra-6 boat is Ragebul Ahsan Ripu
2. Nilphamari-2 boat candidate Asaduzzaman Noor
3. Touhiduzzaman is the candidate for Jessore-2 boat
4. Samsul Alam Dudu of Joypurhat-1 boat
5. Dinajpur-4 boat candidate Abul Hasan Mahmud Ali
6. Candidate for Joypurhat-2 boat is Abu Saeed Al Mahmud Swapan
7. Gopalganj-3 Awami League President Sheikh Hasina
8. Anisul Haque of Brahmanbaria-4 boat
9. Candidate for Sherpur-3 boat is ADM Shahidul Islam
10. Candidate for Netrakona-1 boat is Mostak Ahmed Ruhi
11. Netrakona-5 winning boat candidate Ahmed Hossain
12. Sajjadul Hasan is the candidate for Netrakona-4 boat
13. Biren Shikder is a private boat candidate who won in Magura-2 seat
14. Candidate for Kishoreganj-6 boat is Nazmul Hasan Papon
15. Shahriar Alam is the candidate for Rajshahi-6 boat
16. Shaheen Akhtar of Cox’s Bazar-4 boat
17. Ashek Ullah Rafiq of Cox’s Bazar-2 boat
18. SM Shahzada of Patuakhali-3 boat
19. Zahid Farooq of Barisal-5 boat
20. Ashraf Ali Khan Khosru of Netrakona-2 boat
21. Shakib Al Hasan of Magura-1 boat
22. Shahadab Akbar Chowdhury of Faridpur-2 boat
23. Mashrafe bin Mortza of Narail-2 boat
24. Matia Chowdhury of Sherpur-2 boat,
25. Abul Kalam Azad of Jamalpur-5 boat
26. Manikganj 3 boats Health Minister Zahid Malek
27. Mahbubul Alam Hanif of Kushtia-3 boat
28. Farad Hossain of Meherpur-1 boat
29. Nurul Islam Sujan of Panchagarh-2 boat
30 Dinajpur-3 boat Iqbalur Rahim
31. Tipu Munshi of Rangpur-4 boat
32. Anupam Shajahan Joy of Tangail-8 boat
33. Salman F Rahman of Dhaka-1 boat
34. Abul Hasnat Abdullah of Barisal-1 boat
35. Patuakhali-2 boat A S M Firoz
36. Rezaul Karim Tansen of Bogra-4 boat
37. Shahjahan Omar of Jhalkathi-1 boat
38. Abdur Razzak of Tangail-1 boat
39. Ahsanul Haque Chowdhury of Rangpur-2 boat
40. Nasrul Hamid of Dhaka-3 boat
41. Gopal Dutta is the life of Comilla-7 boat
42. Lakshmipur-3 boat slave Farooq Pingku
43. Pabna-1 boat Shamsul Haq Tuku
44. Ahmed Firoz Kabir of Pabna-2 boat
45. Maqbul Hossain of Pabna-3 boat
46. Galibur Rahman Sharif of Pabna-4 boat
47. Pabna-5 boat slave Farooq Prince
48. Ahsanul Islam of Tangail-6 boat
49. Khan Ahmed Shubo of Tangail-7 boat
50. Tangail-2 is the small monir of the boat
51. Benazir Ahmad of Dhaka-20 boat
52. Abdur Rahman of Faridpur-1 boat
53. Khagrachari boat Kujendra Lal Tripura
54. Mohammad Shahab Uddin of Moulvibazar-1 boat
55. Shafiul Alam Chowdhury of Moulvibazar-2 boat
56. Mohammad Abdus Shahid of Moulvibazar-4 boat
57. Sylhet-1 AK Abdul Momen
58. Sylhet-3 Habibur Rahman
59. Sylhet-4 Imran Ahmad
60. Sylhet-6 Nurul Islam Nahid
61. Narayanganj-2 Nazrul Islam Babu
62. Narayanganj-3 Abdullah Al Qaiser Hasnat
63. Chandpur-3 dr. Deepu Moni
64. Pirojpur-1st Rezaul Karim
65. Mymensingh-3 Nilufar Anjum Poppy
66. Sharif Ahmed of Mymensingh-2 boat
67. Ramesh Chandra Sen of Thakurgaon-1 boat
68. Mazharul Islam of Thakurgaon-2 boat
69. Jhalkathi-2 Amir Hossain Amu
70. Barisal-4 Pankaj Debnath
71. Shariatpur-1 Iqbal Hossain Apu
72. Shariatpur-3 Nahim Razzak
73. Rangpur-6 Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury
74. Kurigram-3 Soumendra Prasad Pandey
75. Kurigram-4 Biplab Hasan Palash
76. Nilphamari-1 Aftab Uddin Sarkar
77. Khulna-3 SM Kamal
78. Jessore-3, Kazi Nabil Ahmed
79. Jessore-4 Enamul Haque Bablu
80. Khulna-1 Nani Gopal Mandal
81. Chuadanga-1 Sulaiman Haque Joarddar
82. Jhenaidah-4 Anwarul Azim
83. Chuadanga-2 Ali Azgar Togar
84. Panchagarh-1 Naimuzzaman Bhuiyan
85. Lalmonirhat-1 Motahar Hossain
86. Lalmonirhat-2 Nuruzzaman Ahmed
87. Lalmonirhat-3 Matiar Rahman
88. Moulvibazar-3 Mohammad Zillur Rahman
89. Sylhet-2 Shafikur Rahman Chowdhury
90. Mymensingh-4 Mohit Ur Rahman is calm
91. Mymensingh-9 Abdus Salam
92. Mymensingh-10 Fahmi Golandaj
93. Khulna-4 Salam Murshedi
94. Habiganj-2 Moize Uddin Sharif Ruel
95. Dinajpur-2 Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury
96. Dinajpur-5 Mostafizur Rahman
97. Dinajpur-6 Shibli Sadiq
98. Habiganj-3 Abu Zahir
99. Jhenaidah-1 Abdul Hai
100. Jhenaidah-3 Salahuddin Miyaji
101. Satkhira-3 A F M Ruhul Haque
102. Satkhira 4 Ataul Haque Dolan
103. Khulna-6 Mohammad Rashiduzzaman
104. Barguna-2 Sultana Nadira
105. Barisal-2 Rashed Khan Menon
106. Barisal-6 Abdul Hafiz Mallik
107. Bagerhat-1 Sheikh Helal
108. Bagerothat-2 Sheikh Tanmoy
109. Bagerhat-3 Habibun Nahar
110. Bagerhat 4 Badiuzzaman Sohag
111. Khulna-5 Narayan Chandra

Elected as independent candidates who:

1. Rangpur-1 independent candidate Asaduzzaman Bablu
2. Lakshmipur-4 independent candidate eagle marker Abdullah Al Mamun
3. Nilphamari-3 independent candidate Saddam Hossain Pavel
4. Manikganj-1 independent SM Zahid
5. Gaibandha-2 Independent Shah Sarwar Kabir
6. Keya Chowdhury of Habiganj-1 Eagle
7. Mahmudul Haque Sayem of Mymensingh-1 truck
8. Shamim Shahnewaz of Pirojpur-3 Independent
9. Shanuar Hossain Chanu of Sherpur-1 truck
10. Nixon Chowdhury of Faridpur-4 Independent
11. ABM Anisuzzaman of Mymensingh-7 independent has brought
12. MA Wahed of Mymensingh-11 Independent
13. Abdul Malek Sarkar of Mymensingh-6 Independent
14. Abdul Latif Siddiqui of Tangail-4 Independent
15. Sanwar Hossain of Tangail-5 independent
16. Tangail-3 independent Amanur Rahman
17. Sylhet-5 Maulana Husham Uddin Chowdhury
18. Syed Muhammad Ibrahim of Cox’s Bazar-1 watch
19. Nilphamari-4 Siddiqul Alam
20. Rajshahi-2 Shafiqur Rahman Badsha
21. Naogaon-6 Omar Farooq Sumon
22. Naogaon-4 SM Brahani Sultan Mahmud
23. Natore-1 Abul Kalam Azad
25. Jessore-6 Azizul Islam,
26. Jessore-5 SM Yakub Ali
27. Rangpur-5 Zakir Hossain Govt
28. Kurigram-2 Hamidul Haque Khandkar
29. Manikganj-2 Zahid Ahmed Tulu
30. Mymensingh-5 Nazrul Islam
31. Mymensingh-8 Mahmud Hasan Sumon
32. Dinajpur-1 Zakaria Zaka
33. Habiganj-4 Syed Saidul Haque
34. Jhenaidah-2 Nasser Shahriar Zahedi
35. Kushtia-1 Rezaul Haque Chowdhury
36. Kushtia-2 Kamarul Arefin

The Jatiya Party won who:

1. Patuakhali-1 Jatiya Party’s Ruhul Amin Howladar
2. Shariful Islam Jinnah of Bogra-2 plow
3. Barisal-3 Plow slave Kibria Tipu
4. Rangpur-3 GM Kader
5. Kurigram-1 AKM Mostafizur Rahman

This Sunday, polling started from 8 am and continued till 4 pm. Polling in 7 centers was canceled due to allegations of irregularities across the country. There were 42 thousand 24 centers in this election. There were 2 lakh 60 thousand 856 polling booths. More than 200,000 election officials from returning officers to polling officers performed duties in the elections.

Among them there were 66 returning officers, 590 assistant returning officers and more than 42 thousand presiding officers. Out of 44 parties registered by the Election Commission (EC), 28 parties participated in this election. Other like-minded parties including BNP did not participate.

In the country’s electoral system, a party needs to get at least 151 seats out of 300 to form a single government. There are precedents in the country for forming a government with the support of other parties if a single majority is not achieved.

The 2008 Ninth National Assembly election is considered to be the most free and impartial election in the country’s history. Awami League got 230 seats in this election. BNP got 30 seats. And Awami League’s electoral alliance partner Jatiya Party had 27 seats.

After that, two more elections were held in the country in 2014 and 2018. Among them, BNP boycotted the 10th National Parliament election in 2014. BNP boycotted the election this time too.


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