Three days increase during poster banner removal



Staff reporter:
All types of posters shouting nomination papers surrounding eleven parliamentary elections, more than three days when the banner was removed. It was instructed to remove it on Wednesday 14 November (Wednesday). Now it has been increased to 17 November.
District Election Officer Munir Hossain Khan said the time has been extended to remove the poster banner. Already all posters, banner billboards will be removed.
It is seen that the Jatiya Sangsad elections have been poster of nomination candidates, banners have been spread over the city and various upazilas. The walls, pillars and pillars filled with posters of nomination-prospect, banner. Young people’s poster rush together with new leaders.
The Election Commission issued notice on November 9. It has been said that no campaign can be run before symbol allocation. On 14th November, the concerned candidates will remove the expenses of the candidates, if they are posters, banners, walllicks, billboards, gates, arcades or girths, pandals or illumination camps. In order to take necessary measures, the city corporation, municipal government institutions have been instructed. Joint Secretary (Public Relations) SM Asaduzzaman has issued this notification for the election commission. The EC has given instructions to the Returning Officer, Deputy Commissioner and Divisional Commissioners.
Following the notification of the Election Commission, posters, banners and billboards were removed from the city and district nominations. But it still remains in different places. Not fully evicted. Yesterday afternoon, Gomad-e-Fultoli of Boalkhali, Boalkhali of Kalurghat Bridge and the city’s part, Manasa Badamtal of Patiya upazila, Manasa Choumohani, and Chittagong-Cox’s Bazar Arakan road saw large billboards in different places. There are also large posters and billboards still in different areas of Karnaphuli upazila. Apart from these two upazilas, there are different poster banners for different nominees in different upazilas of the district.
EC Secretary Helaluddin Ahmed told reporters at the Election Commission Secretariat on Friday that the schedules for the parliamentary elections were announced. No sort of procession, torch or rally can be made from now on. According to the electoral code of conduct, proper action will be taken after procession, torch or procession. For this, the directives of the Deputy Commissioner, Police Super, Divisional Commissioners have been given. Also, if any potential candidate does not remove his publicity material he will be charged with breaking the electoral code of conduct and according to the law, action will be taken against him, the EC Secretary said.
Meanwhile, the EC has issued a new circular on Wednesday to remove posters, banners and billboards after the change in election schedule. It is seen that, on 17th November, the EC has given instructions to remove posters, banners, billboards.


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