“Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina wants an election just like the one held in Basurhat. Many have termed this election because of the ‘Basurhat Model’ for transparency. ”
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Basurhat was the foremost talked-about of the 60 municipalities that visited the polls within the second round on Saturday (January 16th). Obaidul Quader’s younger brother Abdul Quader Mirza couldn’t find the BNP and Jamaat candidates fighting as independents.
Quader Mirza alone received 3 times as many votes because of the two rival candidates. Awami League’s boat symbol got 10,738 votes in nine centers. One thousand and 778 votes are cast for the BNP. One thousand 451 of Jamaat leader’s mobile phones are read.
Basurhat was the foremost talked about within the second round of municipal elections. During the campaign, Mirza started a movement to demand fair voting and came to the forefront of attention across the country.
Quader Mirza said that if even one vote was rigged, he wouldn’t accept it. He also said that if the administration cheated, he would break his leg and hang it at the corner. However, on the day of the election, Quader Mirza didn’t make any longer complaints. He said he had no complaints, the vote was fair.
Obaidul Quader calls such an election in Basurhat a model. Reacting to the second round of municipal elections within the afternoon, he said, “Here the BNP candidate has also acknowledged the difficulty of fair elections. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina wants an election just like the one held in Basurhat. Many have termed this election because of the ‘Basurhat Model’ for transparency.
Obaidul Quader, ‘The voters of Basurhat municipality of Noakhali have given the solution to the lies of BNP about the voting culture of the country. The BNP loses before it loses the election. they’re scared of the highways and therefore the movement. There was tons of interest within the media and political circles about the Basurhat municipality election in Noakhali. Free, peaceful, and participatory elections have also been held there. Understand your party’s candidate without throwing stones within the dark. ‘
He said that although the BNP candidates were satisfied with the voting environment and therefore the exercise of the proper to vote, their central leaders were criticizing just for the sake of criticism, which is extremely sad.
Thanking the voters and therefore the committee for his or her spontaneous participation within the elections, he said, “Sometimes the BNP loses the arrogance to survive within the polls.” They leave the polling place with fictitious allegations and check out to perpetuate their tradition of negative politics.
Obaidul Quader further said, “Even though the BNP talks about transparency, it really wants to carry on to the technology-laden and backward thinking.” The BNP’s relentless plan to question the country’s voting system is not any longer getting water. People do not believe the lies of BNP leaders.