The electoral district of Bogra-6 (Sadar) has been lost since 1979, that is, 40 years of the Awami League, for wrong reasons, in the election of the candidates, in the dispute and in the incapacity of the activists, and in the disobedience of the High Command.
He was in possession of the Jatiya Party for 5 years in the great alliance. In addition, in 2008, the Awami League candidate obtained more than 74,000 votes, but fell to a maximum of 11 years in 11 years. For this reason, the Sadar bank has long been maintained by Jamaat and BNP.
Veteran journalist Abdur Rahim Bagarha and Wikipedia sources investigating Bogra's story said that in the 1970s, Awami League leader Dr. Zahidur Rahman, leader of Awami League Hashem lawyer Ali Khan Jahidi in 1973, SM Farooq of the BNP in 1979 Maulana of the Jamaat Abdur Rahman Fakir, independent candidate Saifur Rahman Bhan in 1988 Dari, the fifth parliamentary election lawyer Mujibur Rahman in 1991, the 6th parliamentary elections of June 1, 1996, the BNP President Khaleda Zia was elected.
Later, when he left office, BNP attorney Jahurul Islam was elected a member of the supplemental election. Khaleda Zia was elected to the presidency of the president of BNP Khaleda Zia in the eighth parliamentary elections on October 1, 2001 and again in the 9th parliamentary elections in 2008. Barista Jamir Uddin Sarkar was elected to the election when he left the bank.
Nurul Islam Omar of the Jatiya Party became a member of the Great Alliance led by the Awami League as a non-contest candidate for boycotting the BNP-Jamaat alliance elections in 2014.
On December 30, 2014, BNP's secretary general, Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, was elected in the eleven parliamentary elections, defeating Nurul Islam Omar of the Jatiya party, the alliance's great candidate. Fakhrul received 2,07,255 votes and great candidate of the alliance Nurul Islam Omar 40 thousand 362 votes.
Later, the seat was declared vacant after Mirza Fakhrul was not sworn in this constituency. In the preliminary election, on 24 June, BNP candidate Gulam Mohammad Siraj was elected a member of Jatiya Sangsad with 89,774 votes. His closest candidate, the Awami League commissioner, SMT Secretary-General Zaman Niketta, won 32,297 votes.
The people of Bogra, who are unaware of the name of the Awami League that occupies the headquarters of Bogra Sadar 40 years ago and are owned by the BNP, said that the people of Bogra can not forget the pursuit of security forces after independence . So they turned down the Awami League. So the Awami League vote is falling today.
In the 2001 elections, the Awami Mahbubul Alam League competed with BNP President Khaleda Zia and won 54,000 votes.
Awami District League President Alhaj Mamtaz Uddin won 74,634 votes in the 9th parliamentary election in 2008, competing with BNP President Khaleda Zia. Since then, the Awami League vote has fallen in this district.
Nurul Islam Omar of the Jatiya party, candidate of the great alliance in Sadar's constituency, won only 40,362 votes for the eleventh parliamentary election on December 30. On June 24, Awami League candidate SMT Zaman Niketta received 32,297 votes and in the last 11 years lost 42 of the 337 votes.
In addition, on March 18, the Awami League candidate Sadar upazila Awami League candidate Abu Sufyan Shafiq obtained 37,492 votes and Dada Khatun Rikta District Youth League District Unit won the vote of 30,681 votes. Be that. Both defeated the BNP candidate.
In relation to the decline of the Awami League vote in Sadar's constituency, the acting president of the veteran Awami League politician of the district said. Maqbool Hossain said that the campaign process is wrong, without rallying voters, finding seats in the city, uninterrupted leaders of responsible leaders and not cooperating, due to various reasons, the Awami League votes are being reduced day by day due to reasons.