The Awami League is in a tough position to suppress the insurgency. A list of rebel candidates has been drawn up in the ongoing municipal elections. The process of expelling them has started by breaking the discipline of the party. It is learned that at least 50 rebel candidates of the Awami League are going to be expelled from the party this month. Responsible sources in the Awami League say that most of the rebel candidates are just ‘puppets’. Behind them are the elected representatives.
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Awami League President Sheikh Hasina, on her own initiative, with her team has collected information on the activities of the Awami League in the municipal elections across the country. The party’s general secretary Obaidul Quader has sent an organizational report to the Awami League president. Responsible sources in the Awami League say that based on Sheikh Hasina’s data collection and organizational reports across the country, 34 Awami League MPs have been charged. Three types of allegations against them have been initially proved. The allegations are 1. Influence on the candidate of his choice as he did not get party nomination and to make him stand as a dictator and win against the candidate of the boat. 2. Attempts not to cooperate and lose him because the boat candidate is not liked and loyal to the MP. 3. To remain inactive in elections.
Awami League sources say that these 34 MPs have written their names in the red ink of Sheikh Hasina. As a result, although they have not been expelled from the party so far, they are facing severe punishment in the future. According to relevant sources, if the allegations are proved, they will not be nominated by the Awami League for election as members of parliament in the future. They will be gradually removed from all important responsibilities of the party and the government.
A presidium member of the Awami League said, “The Awami League president is in a tough position on the party’s rebels this time. So if some MPs are expelled from the party, lose their seats in Parliament, there is nothing to be surprised about.