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Awami League candidate of Cox’s Bazar-1 constituency did not get his candidature back

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Awami League’s candidate Salahuddin Ahmed’s nomination paper for Cox’s Bazar-1 (Chakaria-Pekua) constituency has also been canceled by the Appellate Division. The Appellate Division led by the Chief Justice gave this verdict today.

Supreme Court lawyer Shah Manjurul Haque confirmed this information.

Shah Manjurul Haque said that the court has upheld the order to cancel the nomination papers of Salahuddin Ahmad.

Earlier on December 3 (Sunday) morning, after the scrutiny of the nomination papers, Cox’s Bazar Returning Officer and Deputy Commissioner Shaheen Imran announced the cancellation of his nomination papers.

It is known that Salah Uddin Ahmed and other directors took a loan of about half a hundred crore rupees from the Janata Bank Laldighi branch against a business called ‘Fee Preservers’, which later defaulted. Although the board of directors of the company changed later, according to the terms of the bank, Salah Uddin Ahmed is still a guarantor of the loan.

According to Bangladesh Bank’s Credit Information Bureau (CIB) report even on the day of submission of nomination papers on November 30, Salah Uddin Ahmad was a defaulter. Therefore, his nomination paper was canceled by the Election Commission according to the law.



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