Awami League anger is growing



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Staff Reporter and Banglarjin Desk | November 28, 2018, Wednesday, 10h34

There is anger against the nomination of national elections, the Awami League is raising protests. In the past, there have been clashes in different areas. Blockages and fights on the roads are being organized in different areas. In front of the political office of the Awami Sheikh Hasina League political office on Bangabandhu Avenue and Dhanmondi, the people are demanding a party nomination for their preferred candidates. Workers and party supporters of any candidate are demanding the nomination of banners. The slogan is the candidate's favor. Again, many are making a written complaint against the candidate of Prime Minister Ganobhaban's official residence. In the electoral district of Brahmanbaria-2 of Sarail and Ashuganj upazilas, the central vice-president of the Swechchasebak League and Joint General Secretary of the Awami League of the District, Moin Uddin Moin was not allowed to nominate the opposition for blocking the Dhaka-Sylhet motorway for half an hour.

Awami League activists were furious when news of the nomination of the Great Alliance candidate was announced in Ashuganj-Sarail. On the street came down protest Manifestations were held in front of Dhanmondi's office of the League office Awami Dhanmondi demanding the appointment of Shajahan Alam Sajuur for the same seat. The Meherpur-2 (Gangni) seat was removed from the wooden boat placed in a shop across from the rented house of Makbool Hossain. Maqbool Hossain was offended for not being nominated by the Awami League nominees, and many of his supporters did so. Protesters from the Narsingdi-3 constituency (Shibpur) demanded a change of appointment of MP MP Sirajul Islam Mollah appointed by the Awami League. The protest and procession were held on Monday. In this, supporters including Awami League and other party leaders and workers participated. In the Jamalpur-5 Sadar constituency, supporters of the Awami League leader and FBCCI director Rezaul Karim Reznu, announced roadblocks, protests and human chains in different places demanding his candidacy.

In the electoral district of Kushtia-1 Daulatpur, Afaz Uddin Ahmed, former deputy of the Awami League, failed to nominate the party, his supporters blocked the procession and road blockade. On the Kushtia-Pragpur highway, at the Taragunia Bazaar, they blocked the road and set the tires on fire. Later, the Daulatpur Police Station put the situation under control. Supporters of the Faridpur-2 constituency (Nagarkanda-Salla-Krishnapur), member of the Awami League Presidium and deputy leader of Syeda House Sajeda Chowdhury did not indicate the highway. Awami League activists were angered when Nagarakanda-Salaam was briefed on the appointment of Awami Mostafa League candidate Amir Faisal in the constituency. At the headquarters of Kishoreganj-1 (Hossain-Kishoreganj Sadar), the names of the two candidates, who will be named on the boat – Syed Ashraful Islam or Moshiur Rahman Humayun, the question is still pending.

There is a lot of speculation about it – imagination. Both leaders, supporters and voters were hesitant but did not stop the procession and counter-demonstrations. Leaders and demonstrators from the Awami League held human rallies and demonstrations in Jummaddar Bazar in Chhaglania city on Tuesday at 10am demanding the appointment of Awami League leader Alauddin Chowdhury Nasim, party secretary general Shirin Akhter, in the Feni- 1. Meanwhile, Awami League leaders and activists slogan slogans against the current MP Shirin Akhter, showing black flags, sweepstakes and shoes. In the electoral district of Chapainawabganj-2, the current deputy Golam Mostafa Bhaish did not receive the appointment of the party, activists of the people of the human chain in Gopalganj upazila in Rahanpur.

The human chain was held in front of the party's office at the Rohanpur Colony intersection from 6 pm to 7 pm. In the early afternoon, the female staff of Rohanpur Dakbungalow Square attempted to sweep the procession and the police blocked it. In the Kushtia-1 Daulatpur constituency, Afaz Uddin Ahmed, former Awami League deputy, failed to name the party, his supporters blocked the procession and blockade. They brought a procession in the Kushtia-Pragpur district at the Taraguna Market and blocked the road by burning tires. The news spread that Jatiya party secretary Jatiya, Jiaya, Ziauddin Bablu, was being released from the Cox's Bazar-3 (Sadar-Ramu) constituency. As a result, the current Awami League member, Saimum Sarwar Kamal, is leaving. Demonstrators launched protests in different places by their supporters. Even the party candidate Jatiya called Banana Kacha and also organized banquets in different places.

Activists and supporters of the Awami League have expressed their anger at at least 30 other constituencies. Following such incidents, central leaders fear that the alliance-grand alliance will be more agitated upon completion of the candidate's candidacy. For this reason, the announcement was made from the party if the rebels were expelled for life. In this context, party secretary general Obaidul Quader said: "We named on the basis of research." So, this time rebellious means lifelong expulsion. He discarded the past. Now will not be a chance.

Regarding the anger of party and labor leaders, she said the Awami League is a huge family. Many may have dreamed of being MPs. It's very normal, there's a lot of anger in a family. Now it is very broad in Bangladesh, I hope this does not happen. Meanwhile, there are concerns about the party's field field, between the Awami League and the government's policy makers. As of November 25, candidates nominated by the party formally began sending letters to the Awami League. So far, 231 people have been declared candidates for the boat. Of these, two candidates received a letter in some of the chairs.

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