Chief Election Commissioner KM Nurul Huda on Saturday explained the reasons behind the low turnout of voters in the by-elections to Dhaka-5 and Naogaon-6 constituencies saying that there was no chance for the change in the government with the by-elections.
Dhaka, Oct 09 – BNP on Friday picked SM Jahangir and Selim Reza as its candidates to contest the upcoming Dhaka-18 and Sirajganj-1 by-elections.
BNP on Friday alleged that ruling party men are obstructing its candidates in by-polls to Pabna and Naogaon from carrying out electioneering by ‘flexing their muscles’.
BNP on Sunday picked Salahuddin Ahmed and Sheikh Mohammad Rezaul Islam as its candidates to contest the Dhaka-5 and Naogaon-6 by-elections respectively billed for October 17.
Jatiya Party on Saturday announced the names of its candidates for Dhaka-5 and Naogaon-6 by-elections.
Dhaka, Aug 31 – Two aspirants on Sunday bought BNP’s nomination forms to contest the upcoming Panna-4 by-election.
Dhaka, July 14: The voting in the by-polls to Jashore-6 (Keshabpur) and Bogura-1 (Sonatola-Sariakhandi) constituencies held since Tuesday morning amid coronavirus pandemic.
Dhaka, Feb 29 – Six candidates, including Awami League’s Md Shafiul Islam (Mohiuddin) and BNP’s Sheikh Robiul Alam, will contest the Dhaka-10 parliamentary by-election slated for March 21.
Seven aspirants have bought BNP’s nomination forms to contest the upcoming by-polls to three parliamentary seats in Dhaka, Bagerhat and Gaibandha.
BNP picked Rita Rahman, chief of People’s Party of Bangladesh, one of the components of the 20-party alliance, as its candidate to contest the Rangpur-3 by-election.
Dhaka, Jun 2 (UNB) – BNP has finally kept trust in its former MP GM Siraj by allocating the party election symbol ‘Sheaf of Paddy’ for him to contest the by-election to Bogura-6 parliamentary seat. BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul…
Dhaka – By-elections to Mymensingh-1 and 2 constituencies that fell vacant following the death of two Awami League MPs will be held on Monday.The voting will begin at 8am and continue till 4pm without any break in the parliamentary seats…