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Sale of A.League’s nomination forms for reserved women’s seats has started

The ruling Awami League has started selling party nomination forms for reserved seats for women in the 12th National Parliament.

The sale of these forms started at the central office of Awami League located at 23 Bangabandhu Avenue in Gulistan of the capital on Tuesday (February 6) around 10 am.

Nomination form is being sold for 50 thousand rupees.
Since this morning, female candidates who are aspiring to be nominated started appearing in front of the party office to buy the nomination form of Awami League.

In front of the Awami League office on Bangabandhu Avenue, the entry road for the candidates has been made with bamboo. When the sale of forms started around 10 am, the candidates entered the office with great enthusiasm and enthusiasm along with the supporters.

Nomination forms are being distributed inside the office on the second floor of Dhaka, Mymensingh, Sylhet and Chittagong divisions and on the third floor of Rangpur, Rajshahi, Khulna and Barisal divisions. After filling the nomination form, the nomination form of all categories has been submitted below.

The Awami League has informed that the application forms can be collected and submitted till 4 pm next Thursday (February 8). Besides, forms can be collected and submitted daily from 10 am to 4 pm.

Earlier, in a press release on Sunday (February 4), Awami League announced the date of sale of party nomination forms for reserved seats for women in the 12th National Parliament.

The press release signed by the office secretary of the party, Barrister Biplab Barua, said that the candidates interested in getting the nomination of Awami League should collect and submit the application form from the central office of the party at 23 Bangabandhu Avenue from the specific booth according to the administrative department.The candidate can collect and submit the application form himself or through a qualified representative of the candidate without any additional gathering of people. At the time of collection of the application form, the photocopy of the candidate’s national identity card must be brought along and the mobile number and organizational identity must be mentioned clearly on the photocopy.

Note that the number of seats reserved for women in the National Parliament is 50. The 62 elected members of the 12th National Parliament have given power to the Awami League president, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, to elect members of the reserved women’s seats on their behalf. As a result, Awami League will be able to provide a total of 48 reserved women parliamentarians from its own party and independents. The Jatiya Party (Japa) can provide women parliamentarians in the remaining two seats.

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