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BNP decided to boycott the upazila elections too

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As an argument for such a statement, Gayeshwar Roy said that millions of their leaders and workers across the country are burdened with lawsuits based on the long anti-government movement and the January 7 elections. More than 27 thousand went to prison. As a result, Trinamool workers do not want to face new cases or torture. This situation has been prioritized in deciding to boycott upazila elections.

However, after talking to three of those who went to the polling ground, it seems that they are not satisfied with the party's decision at the last minute. Disappointment has developed between them.

In Gazipur Sadar upazila near Dhaka, Izadur Rahman, vice-president of that upazila BNP, has submitted nomination papers as an independent candidate for the post of chairman. He told Prothom Alo, 'Now the party has decided to boycott the election. But I have discussed with party leaders and workers in my upazila in the last two days. I became a candidate because of their interest.'

The party has promised to take disciplinary action if the party votes outside the party's position, Izadur Rahman's statement seems to indicate that he wants to contest as an independent candidate.

The central leadership of BNP, however, feels that the number will not be high because the leaders will vote at the risk of going beyond the party's position. Iqbal Hasan Mahmud, a member of the party's standing committee, told Prothom Alo that organizational measures will be taken against those who vote for the leaders despite the party's instructions.

But how strict can BNP actually be? Iqbal Hasan Mahmud said that they will review the situation and take measures.


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