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In Manikganj, 15 out of 20 candidates are losing their security

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In the 12th National Parliament elections, 20 members of parliament were candidates for three parliamentary constituencies in Manikganj. Among them 15 candidates are losing their security. This image was obtained by analyzing the results announced by the District Returning Officer’s office.

According to the election rules, if a candidate polls less than one-eighth of the votes cast in any constituency, his security deposit will be forfeited.

According to the sources of the returning officer’s office, there were four candidates in Manikganj-1 (Ghior-Daulatpur-Sibaloy) seat. Two of them are losing bail. The number of voters in this seat is 4 lakh 36 thousand 997. Here the number of votes given by 180 centers is 1 lakh 29 thousand 522. One-eighth of this is 16 thousand 190, which two candidates did not get. Here the nomination of Awami League candidate Abdus Salam with the boat symbol was withdrawn. Awami League’s independent candidate Salahuddin Mahmud (Eagle) has been elected as a member of Parliament by getting 86 thousand 941 votes in this seat. His closest rival is the Jatiya Party candidate of Langal Pratik. Zahirul Alam Rubel got 38 thousand 942 votes.

The candidates who lost their security in Manikganj-1 constituency are Monayem Khan of Bangladesh Nationalist Movement and Mohammad Shahjahan Khan of Ganofront. There were 10 candidates in Manikganj-2 (part of Singair-Harirampur-Sadar). All eight of them are losing bail. The number of voters in this seat is four lakh 66 thousand 989. Votes given by 193 centers in this constituency are one lakh 94 thousand 752. One eighth of this is 24 thousand 344. Eight candidates did not get this amount of votes.

Awami League’s independent candidate Dewan Zahid Ahmed won in this seat by getting 88 thousand 309 votes. His nearest rival, Awami League’s candidate for the boat symbol, former member of parliament, Mumtaz Begum, got 82 thousand 138 votes.

The candidates who lost their security in this seat are Awami League independent candidates Mushfiqur Rahman Khan, Dewan Safiul Arefin and Sahabuddin Ahmed, Bangladesh Nationalist Movement’s AKM Iqbal Hossain, Bangladesh Supreme Party’s AK Nahid, Krishak Sramik Janata League’s Tanveer Hasan, Bangladesh Tarikat Federation’s Ferdous Ahmed. Asif, Bangladesh Congress. Zakir Hossain.

There were six candidates in Manikganj-3 (Saturia upazila, Manikganj municipal area and seven unions of Sadar) seat. Five of them are losing bail. The number of voters in this constituency is three lakh 58 thousand 459. A total of 1 lakh 41 thousand 652 votes were cast in 143 centers. One eighth of it is 17 thousand 706.

Health Minister Zahid Malek, Awami League’s candidate for this seat, was elected as a member of Parliament by getting 126,720 votes. All his rivals are losing their security. They are, the National Party. Zahirul Alam Rubel, Mofizul Islam Khan Kamal of Gano Forum, A Khalek Dewan of Bangladesh Nationalist Movement, M Habib Ullah of Krishak Sramik Janata League, Moazzem Hossain Khan Majlish of Trinamool BNP.

Manikganj district election officer. Aminur Rahman Mia said, if any candidate gets less than one-eighth of the total votes cast, his security deposit will be forfeited. 15 candidates did not get this amount of votes in Manikganj. So they lost their security.

Jahangir Alam Biswas, general secretary of Citizens for Good Governance (Sujan) Manikganj district branch, said that most of the political parties of the country, including BNP, did not participate in the elections, so most of the voters refrained from voting. Also, most of the political parties that participated in the elections are new. They have no organizational structure. They are not known in the area. Basically Awami League, independent candidates of Awami League were in the election.



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