The Awami League supreme headquarters is in a tough position to not give party nominations to the rebels within the upcoming municipal elections. For that, the party has given instructions to the leaders responsible for the grassroots also because of the center. However, Magura district Awami League’s expelled organizing secretary Tapan Tagore has collected the party’s nomination papers by showing thumbs up to the choice of the Awami League’s policy-making forum before the second round of municipal elections.
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He went beyond the party’s decision within the last 11th parliamentary elections and have become a rebel candidate. The leader, who rebelled within the national elections, has filed nomination papers within the municipal elections. But within the municipal elections, the rebels aren’t alleged to get nomination papers in any way.
There are allegations that he got the party nomination paper under the influence of the facility of an area leader. Rana Amir Osman, the relief secretary of the district Awami League, was the rebel candidate within the Magura district council election. He has also collected nomination papers from the central leaders to be a shipping candidate within the municipal elections. However, the responsible leaders of Magura Municipal Awami League had given a written letter to the middle to not give party nomination to those two leaders.
According to the letter sent to the middle, on the instructions of Awami League President Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and General Secretary Obaidul Quader, the names of the candidates are sent to the middle.
Asked about this, Rana Amir Osman, an Awami League candidate within the Magura municipality election, said, “There was no opposition party within the district council election.” There was no party symbol. As there was no opposition party, the candidature was opened on behalf of the Awami League. that’s why I participated in the election. ‘
He added, ‘I never oppose boats. I always work for the boat. ‘
According to local Awami League sources, the politics of the Magura district Awami League has split into two parts thanks to internal quarrels. As there have been party rebel candidates within the last parliamentary and district council elections, many of the nominees and supporters of the boat fell into disarray. and every one of these rebels was directly supported by an area MP.
Such bias of the local influential MP caused resentment among the leaders who had deserted the party, worked hard and struggled during the BNP-Jamaat coalition government within the past.
Abdul Mannan, general secretary of Magura Sadar Upazila Awami League, said, “If anyone responsible for the party revolts against the boat within the polling place, it’ll be a challenge for us to make sure the victory of the Awami League nominee.” All the quarrels that erupted thanks to the party rebels are still happening. ‘
According to candidate sources, the Awami League’s position on the rebel candidate has been clear since the start of the distribution of forms within the first round of municipal elections, but there are setbacks surrounding the second round of municipal elections. In spite of the strict instructions of the Central Awami League, a variety of rebel candidates have taken party nomination papers within the second phase.
Trinamool nominees say how they’re getting nomination forms despite having party instructions about the rebels. Rebel candidates, on the opposite hand, say the central leaders are given reasons to revolt. they’re reassuring us and asking us to form party nominations.
Meanwhile, the Awami League says that there are many rebel candidates who are collecting party nomination papers by concealing information, they’re going to not be nominated in any way.
When asked, Awami League organizing secretary SM Kamal Hossain said, “The Awami League’s decision on the rebels is obvious .” they’re going to not be nominated in any way. ‘
According to Awami League sources, the Awami League-led government has been in power for 12 consecutive years. Even during its long tenure in power, the party has not been ready to resolve the quarrels within the grassroots units of the party. it’s as if the interior conflict within the Trinamool Awami League is increasing day by day.
And the main reason for these quarrels is that the party rebellion within the polling place and therefore the bias of the MP-ministers publicly. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, President of the Awami League, wants to beat such a situation at the grassroots.
For this, he’s not nominating the party’s rebel candidates. Despite the president’s instructions, several rebels are nominated by the party within the second round of municipal elections. and therefore the MPs and influential central leaders of their respective constituencies are making arrangements to urge the nomination papers of these rebels.
The rebels also are swearing within the Awami League’s divisional organizational secretary, joint general secretary, presidium members, and senior central leaders before the second round of municipal elections.
They are staying at the Awami League president’s political office, Gulistan headquarters, and therefore the residences of the responsible leaders from morning till late night. he’s highlighting the explanations for rebellion within the past.
The rebels say they freely rebelled at the polls for a variety of reasons, including bias from MP-ministers and senior leaders, trade-in nominations through money, political maneuvering to take care of the only dominance of influential people, and failure to nominate qualified people.
Awami League joint general secretary AFM Bahauddin Nasim said, “Collecting nomination papers and getting the ultimate nomination isn’t an equivalent thing. we’ll need to wait until the ultimate nomination of the rebels is given. ‘
He added, “Those who were rebel candidates are Awami League workers.” they’re still on the team. But the rebels won’t be nominated at this point. that’s the punishment for them. it’s being implemented. The Awami League can also take new decisions for them within the future. we’ve to attend for that too. ‘