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In Madaripur, two sides chased each other to occupy the center, 4 were injured

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In Madaripur, there was a back-and-forth chase between the two sides over the occupation of the polling station. At least 4 people were injured. The incident took place at Sadar Upazila’s Ghatakchar multipurpose high school polling station around 12 noon today. This incident spread panic among the voters.

Army, BGB, RAB and additional police reached the spot and brought the situation under control.

Police and locals said that Awami League candidate in Madaripur-3 seat. Akbar Matubbar, a supporter of Abdus Sobhan Mia Golap, was first accused of obstructing the polling. Afzal Munshi, the supporter of Tahmina Begum of Eagle Pratik, an independent candidate, immediately protested. At this time extreme tension is seen between the people of both sides.

When this news spread, people from both sides gathered in front of the polling station with weapons. Later, two sides chased each other. At that time they tried to occupy the polling station. later fails. Army, BGB, RAB and additional police reached the spot and brought the situation under control.

Madaripur Additional Superintendent of Police in this regard. Kamrul Hasan said that the police brought the situation under control with the help of the Executive Magistrate after receiving information about the tension between the two parties and the incident of the chase. At this time, members of the army, BGB, RAB and other law enforcement agencies worked to bring the situation under control.

Awami League candidate Dr. Abdus Sobhan Mia Golap, independent candidate Tahmina Begum, Jatiya Party. Abdul Khalek, Trinamool BNP’s Praveen Halder, Bangladesh Supreme Party’s Nitai Chakraborty, Krishak-Shramik-Janata League candidate Nakul Kumar Biswas.

Madaripur-3 constituency consists of 15 unions and one municipality of Kalkini and Dasar upazilas and five unions of Madaripur Sadar. The total number of voters in this constituency is 3 lakh 57 thousand 856 people. There are 1 lakh 86 thousand 893 male voters and 1 lakh 70 thousand 960 female voters in this constituency. Apart from this, there are 3 Hijra voters.



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