Awami League candidate Mohammad Habib Hasan has said that BNP candidates are making new allegations every day. In fact, they do not trust the people. They have realized that the people have turned away from them in this election. That is why they (BNP) are making imaginary allegations.
On Wednesday morning, Habib Hasan started the mass communication from the Eidgah ground adjacent to the rail gate of Sector 8 of Ward No. 48 in Dakshin Khan area of the capital. At that time, he said, on the occasion of the election, our leaders and workers are going to the door of the people and praying for votes. We do not believe in the politics of terrorism and extortion. If elected by the people, I will try to complete all the unfinished work of the late MP Sahara Khatun.
SM Mannan Kochi, general secretary of Dhaka Metropolitan North Awami League, said the people of the country could not eat twice when BNP-Jamaat was in power. People cried for electricity, gave their lives for fertilizer. Now people are getting electricity facility in every house. Polling stations are no longer occupied. The rule of law has now been introduced in the country. The perpetrator, no matter how powerful, is being brought to justice.
Meanwhile, Awami League office secretary and special assistant to the Prime Minister Biplob Barua was the chief guest at an exchange meeting on behalf of Awami League candidate Habib Hasan in the evening. Special guests were Chitranayak Ferdous, former acting president of Chhatra League Joydev Nandi, Awami League leader Pralay Samaddar Bappi. Ward 54 Councilor Jahangir Hossain Yuvraj presided over the function.
Barrister Biplob Barua said the EVM voting would be held on November 12. EVM is an excellent and sophisticated voting system. We call on the Election Commission to ensure that this by-election is participatory, free and fair. The Awami League government does not believe in the politics of vote rigging. Ordinary people are the main driving force of Awami League.