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Jatiya Party’s candidate for 3 seats withdrew from the election

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Jatiya Party nominated candidate withdrew from two seats in Barisal and one seat in Barguna in the 12th National Assembly elections. In between Barisal-5 (Sadar) and Barisal-2 (Banaripara-Ujirpur) the party’s candidate Iqbal Hossain Tapos withdrew his candidature. Apart from this, JPA candidate Khalilur Rahman also stood down from Barguna-1 (Taltali-Amtali) seat.

The Jatiya Party candidates made this announcement in an exchange meeting organized by the District and Metropolitan Jatiya Party at Rajnigandha Community Center in Barisal city on Sunday at 11:00 am.

At the beginning of the exchange meeting, Iqbal Hossain Tapas, the nominated candidate of Jatiya Party from two constituencies Barisal-5 (Sadar) and Barisal-2 (Banaripara-Ujirpur) said, ‘The next election on January 7 does not appear to be moving towards fair, free and fair elections. This election commission is completely biased towards the government. Even after getting evidence of murder and fraud, they are saying that there is no irregularity in the big spots.’

Iqbal Hossain Tapos also said, ‘People and my opinion this election is going to give an election of division and farce. We want to be the witness of that election, but we don’t want to be the competitor of that election. Jatiya Party nominated 287 seats and 26 seats were left to Jatiya Party. Apart from these 26 candidates are being treated unfairly.

Election Commission says there was no violence. But the violence is increasing day by day. Farhosan elections are going to be held on January 7. Some people from Lezur are taking part in it. So I have decided not to hold elections after observing the field and discussing with the leaders and activists.’- said Iqbal Hossain Tapas.

Meanwhile, at the same time Khalilur Rahman, the nominated candidate of Jatiya Party in Barguna-1 (Taltali-Amtali) seat announced his withdrawal from the election.

Khalilur Rahman said, ‘The election will not be fair in this situation. Let those who participated choose, I didn’t like it, I didn’t believe it would be fair. So I stood up.’

Professor Mohsin Ul Islam Habul, convenor of Barisha Metropolitan Jatiya Party, presided over the meeting. Leaders and activists of the Jatiya Party district and metropolis were present on the occasion.


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