BNP-Jamaat and the BNP secured the shareholding of 240 seats by securing 18 seats for the 20-party alliance and 18 seats for the national united front

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staff reporter: With the combination of the Twenty-Party Alliance and the National Unity Front, the BNP has completed the compromise of voting with its alliance partners, 42 and 18 and Jamaat-e-Islami with 25 seats. BNP’s responsible sources of news in the last few days BNP leaders have met with leaders of the national unity and twenty groups. After massive bargaining, the BNP-Jamaat and the BNP secured the shareholding of 240 seats by securing 18 seats for the 20-party alliance and 18 seats for the national united front.A source in the BNP’s election management said the BNP leaders met with leaders of the National Unity Front in the afternoon after a meeting of the alliance with the 20-party alliance. BNP secretary general MirzaFakhrul finalized the decision to release 18 seats for the national united front. According to sources, the two parties have agreed to give up 60 seats. According to the source, Jamaat, the largest ally of the 20-party alliance, eventually claimed 35 seats. BNP has given them a discount of 25 seats.In the 2008 election, Jamaat was elected to 38 seats in 38 seats. The BNP and Jamaat were the candidates of the two parties in five seats. Jamaat wants to nominate the alliance of 27 of the 33 last time. Jamaat was second in three of the five open seats last time. BNP’s position was third. Jamaat also wants to nominate the alliance.Those who got the BNP nominationDhaka Division: Dhaka-2 AmanullahAman, Dhaka-3, Goyeshwar Chandra Roy, Dhaka-4 Salahuddin Ahmed, Dhaka-5 NabiullahNabi, Dhaka-6 Abul Bashar, Dhaka-8 Mirza Abbas, Dhaka-9 Habib-nahanSohel, Dhaka -13 Abdus Salam. Narsingdi-1 KhairulKabirKhokon, Narsingdi-3 Sanaullah MiaSylhet Division:Sylhet-2 TahsinaRushdir Luna, Moulvibazar-2 Sultan Muhammad Mansur (Unity Front)Barisal Division:Barisal-1 ZaheerUddinSwapan, Barisal-2 Syed MoazzemHossainAlal, Barisal-3 SelimaRahman, Barisal-5 MajiburRahmanSarwar, Jhalokati-1 Barrister Shahjahan Omar, Patuakhali-1 Air Vice Marshal (Retd) AltafHossainChowdhury, Patuakhali -4 ABM MosharrafHossain, Barguna-2 Advocate KhandkerMahbubHossain, Bhola-2 Hafiz Ibrahim, Bhola-3 Major (Retd) Hafiz Uddin Ahmed, Bhola-4 NazimuddinAlam.Rangpur Division:Panchagarh-1 Barrister NaushadJamir, Panchagarh-2 Tasmeya chief (20-party alliance), Thakurgaon-1 BNP secretary general MirzaFakhrul Islam Alamgir, Rangpur-1 MokarramHossain, Rangpur-2 WaheeduzzamanMamun / Mohammad Ali, Rangpur-3 Muzaffar Ahmed / Rita Rahman, Rangpur-4 EmdadulHaqueRorsa, Rangpur-5, SolaimanAlam / Dr. Momtaz, Rangpur-6 SaifulAlam, Dinajpur-1 Manjurul Islam / Mamunur Rashid, Dinajpur-2 SadikRiazPinakRajshahi Division:BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, Chapainawabganj-3, Rajshahi-1 Barrister Aminul Islam, Rajshahi-2 MizanurRahmanMinu, Rajshahi-4 Abu Hena, Rajshahi-6 Abu Sayeed Chan, Natore-2 RuhulKuddusTalukderDulu, Sirajganj-2 IqbalHasan Mahmud Tuku, Sirajganj-3, Abdul MannanTalukder, Pabna-5 Advocate ShamsurRahmanShimulBiswas.According to the schedule, voting will be held on December 30 in the eleventh parliamentary election. The final day of submission of nomination papers is fixed on 28 November, 2 December and the last date for withdrawal of nomination papers is fixed on 9 December.

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