Nomination form for 12 seats in Chittagong One and a half dozen women are interested in catching the boat

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Chittagong reporter:

In the Chittagong district, 12 out of 16 Parliamentary seats expressed interest to be able to board a boat of one and a half dozen. But most of the targets are reserved women MPs. Some people want to be elected MP by contesting.

Chittagong-2 (Fatikchari) parliamentary constituency district Awami League member Khadijatul Anwar Soni, Syeda Razia Mustafa and Syed Rifat Akter.
Chittagong-4 (Sitakundu) councilor Abida Azad and Professor Nargis Akter collected the form. Abida Azad told the daily Muslim times; there are millions of voters in the city corporation 9 and 10 ward. Which is connected to this seat and he has been elected councilor of this ward. And there is no place in Sitakundu where there are no relatives. There is acceptability as a political worker. So if you get nomination, there will be no problem in winning.
Basanti Prave Palit, general secretary of the North District Women Awami League in Chittagong-5 (Hathazari) constituency. He told the daily Muslim times, till now he has collected nomination papers five times. But the leader did the job for which he had nominated. Do this again. But if he is nominated, he is preparing for the election, he said.
Chittagong-8 (Boalkhali and 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ward of the city), panel mayor Jobya Nargis Khan, Central Women’s Awami League member Baby Barua and Selina Khan, wife of present MP Mainuddin Khan Badal. Selina Khan told the daily Muslim times that he took the form from Awami League. Referring to his nomination, he said that he was 100 percent hopeful, but he did not have the politics of the field, but a devout devotee of Bangabandhu. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina knows it well. He said, ‘Even though I was a husband, I never supported this party. And my husband never made any remarks about Bangabandhu and Awami League. Rather, in the Parliament, the Awami League was in a word. Responding to a question about why she is competing with her husband, she said, she also wanted to nominate others like one of Awami League. And Moinuddin Khan Badal wanted nomination from 14 teams. Besides, Awami League will declare the candidates in 300 seats. Then leave where the alliance is to leave. So there is no chance of conflicts. Rather be better.
Another candidate of the seat, the City Mayor of the City Corporation, Joabira Nargis Khan, told the daily Muslim times that the sacrifice of her father-in-law, her husband, Sekandar Hayat Khan, for the Awami League, is never to be paid for anything. When many people used to ridicule about the Awami League after the ’75, Zohra Tajuddin held her husband at El A Khan School ground. Hopefully he will get the nomination for this seat considering his departure and popularity.
Juba Mahila Awami League Joint Convenor Nazma Akhter on Chittagong-9 (Kotwali) seat. Former panel mayor Rekha Alam Chowdhury took the form from the seat in the constituency of Chittagong-11 (27, 28, 29, 30 and 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 ward).
Former MP Cheon Ara Tayab collected the form in Chittagong-12 (Patiya) parliamentary constituency. She said, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has announced giving priority to both young and women. He said that he is hopeful and said that the leaders of the grassroots are with him. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina raised her as a field worker and made a reserved female seat MP. Now he is not reserved, he wants to be elected by the parliament.
Wassika Ayesha Khan Vice-President of Central Women’s Awami League Chittagong -13 (Anwara-Karnaphuli) seats.
Chittagong-14 (Chandanaish-Satkania partial), former Upazila Vice Chairman Khaleda Akter Chowdhury, Shahida Akter Jahan and Rita Sen, have collected the nomination form for parliamentary seats.
North District Women’s Awami League vice-president and district council member Shahida Akter Jahan told Purbkon that he wants to create terrorism, drug and corruption free society in his constituency. In addition to normal development work, she also has the goal of making self-reliant with the advancement of women society. He is optimistic about getting the nomination.
Chittagong-15 (part of Lohagara-Satkania partially) Babita Barua and Advocate Kamrun Nahar collected the form in parliamentary constituencies.

Advocate Kamrun Nahar told the daily Muslim times, he has left many for politics. In particular, he worked at home to increase support for Awami League among female voters. Serving as the women affairs secretary of the current South District Awami League Referring to his nomination, he said, “If the nomination is possible, I can give the seat to the leader.”
Nigar Sultana has submitted nomination from Chittagong-16 (Banshkhali) seat

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