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The form of the Avami League nomination has begun the sale process



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The Avami League has begun selling its nominee forms by purchasing nominee documents by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.

On Friday, 10 am on Friday, two General Secretary of the Avami League and road transport and entrepreneur Obaidul Kuader bought nominee forms for the election of Sheikh Hasina.

The UNB news agency said one of the shapes was bought for its own place, Sheik Hasina, in Gopalganj-3 (Tungipara-Kotalipara).

Secretary General of the Avama League, Obaidul Kuader, handed over this form and handed it to Secretary of the Religious Affairs Sheikh Abdullah.

The other form he bought for Sheikh Hasin did not have a place, he did not say who he was.

He bought another nominal document for President Rangpur-6 for Chair Shirin Sharmin Chovdhuri. Later he handed over to the deputy Fazle Rabbi Mia.

Meanwhile, Secretary General of the Avama League Mahbubul Alam Hanif proposed the nomination of Noakhali-5 voting group for Kader's Secretary-General.

In an inaugural speech, Kader said, nominal forms began to sell through enormous enthusiasm and enthusiasm.

Responding to the question, he said: "The last date for the sale of the nomination will be determined at the meeting of the parliamentary committee of the Avami League to the chairman of Sheikh Hasin in the central office of Bangabandhu Avenue at 3.30 am on November 11."

Earlier on Thursday night, the release of eleven parliamentary elections was announced by the main commissioner for the election of K. M. Nurul Huda

According to the scheduled schedule, the vote will be held on December 23rd. November 19 is the last day of the nomination. The candidate deadline is November 22. Candidates can be withdrawn by November 29th.

The day after the announcement of the schedule, Avami League started selling the nomination for 300 seats. The nomination form was made at Tk 30,000, which is Tk 25 thousand of the last time. They have distributed lists for the nomination of eight divisions.

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