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Those who get AL nominations in reserved seats for women

The ruling Awami League (AL) has nominated its candidates for 48 seats out of the total 50 reserved for women in the 12th Jatiya Sangsad.

The AL Parliamentary Nomination Board at a meeting on Wednesday (Feb 14) afternoon decided to nominate 48 aspirants.

The meeting began at 12:00pm at Ganabhaban, the official residence of the prime minister, with AL chief and AL Parliamentary Nomination Board president Sheikh Hasina in the chair.

Following the meeting, AL general secretary Obaidul Quader announced the list of candidates at Ganabhaban.

He said a total of 1,553 candidates bought nomination forms this year. Of them, 48 were given nomination after scrutiny.

Those who have received are Draupadi Devi Agarwal from Thakurgaon, Ashika Sultana from Nilphamari, Rezia Islam from Panchagarh, Rokeya Sultana from Joypurhat, Koheli Quddus from Natore, Zara Jebin Mahbub from Chapainawabganj, Runu Reza from Khulna, Farida Akter Banu from Bagerhat, Mst Farzana Sumi from Barguna, Khaleda Bahar Beauty from Bhola, Naznin Nahar Rashid from Patuakhali, Farida Yasmin from Narsingdi, Umme Farzana Sattar from Mymensigh, Nadia Binte Amin from Netrakona, Mahfuza Sultana from Joypurhat, Parveen Zaman from Jhenaidah, Aroma Dutta from Cumilla, Laila Parvin from Satkhira, Begum Monnujan Sufian from Khulna, Bedoura Ahmed Salam from Goplaganj, Shabnam Jahan, Parul Akter and Sabera Begum from Dhaka, Shammi Ahmed from Barishal, Naheed Izaher Khan from Dhaka, Jharna Hasan from Faridpur, Fazilatun Nesa for Munshiganj, Shahida Tareque Dipti, Anima Mukti Gomes and Sheikh Anarkali Putul from Dhaka, Masuda Siddique Rosy from Narsingdi, Tarana Halim and Begum Shamsun Nahar from Tangail, Meher Afroze Chumki from Gazipur, Aparajita Huque from Tangail, Hasina Bari Chowdhury from Dhaka, Nazma Akter from Gopalganj, Ruma Chakrabarti from Sylhet, Faridun Nahar Laily and Ashrafun Nesa from Lakshmipur, Kanon Ara Begum from Noakhali, Shamima Harun from Chattogram, Farida Khanam from Noakhali, Dilwara Yusuf and Waseqa Ayesha Khan from Chattogram, Sanjida Khanam from Dhaka, Nasima Zaman Boby from Rangpur and Joroti Tanchangya from Rangamati.

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Those who get AL nominations in reserved seats for women

Update Time : 10:02:45 pm, Wednesday, 14 February 2024

The ruling Awami League (AL) has nominated its candidates for 48 seats out of the total 50 reserved for women in the 12th Jatiya Sangsad.

The AL Parliamentary Nomination Board at a meeting on Wednesday (Feb 14) afternoon decided to nominate 48 aspirants.

The meeting began at 12:00pm at Ganabhaban, the official residence of the prime minister, with AL chief and AL Parliamentary Nomination Board president Sheikh Hasina in the chair.

Following the meeting, AL general secretary Obaidul Quader announced the list of candidates at Ganabhaban.

He said a total of 1,553 candidates bought nomination forms this year. Of them, 48 were given nomination after scrutiny.

Those who have received are Draupadi Devi Agarwal from Thakurgaon, Ashika Sultana from Nilphamari, Rezia Islam from Panchagarh, Rokeya Sultana from Joypurhat, Koheli Quddus from Natore, Zara Jebin Mahbub from Chapainawabganj, Runu Reza from Khulna, Farida Akter Banu from Bagerhat, Mst Farzana Sumi from Barguna, Khaleda Bahar Beauty from Bhola, Naznin Nahar Rashid from Patuakhali, Farida Yasmin from Narsingdi, Umme Farzana Sattar from Mymensigh, Nadia Binte Amin from Netrakona, Mahfuza Sultana from Joypurhat, Parveen Zaman from Jhenaidah, Aroma Dutta from Cumilla, Laila Parvin from Satkhira, Begum Monnujan Sufian from Khulna, Bedoura Ahmed Salam from Goplaganj, Shabnam Jahan, Parul Akter and Sabera Begum from Dhaka, Shammi Ahmed from Barishal, Naheed Izaher Khan from Dhaka, Jharna Hasan from Faridpur, Fazilatun Nesa for Munshiganj, Shahida Tareque Dipti, Anima Mukti Gomes and Sheikh Anarkali Putul from Dhaka, Masuda Siddique Rosy from Narsingdi, Tarana Halim and Begum Shamsun Nahar from Tangail, Meher Afroze Chumki from Gazipur, Aparajita Huque from Tangail, Hasina Bari Chowdhury from Dhaka, Nazma Akter from Gopalganj, Ruma Chakrabarti from Sylhet, Faridun Nahar Laily and Ashrafun Nesa from Lakshmipur, Kanon Ara Begum from Noakhali, Shamima Harun from Chattogram, Farida Khanam from Noakhali, Dilwara Yusuf and Waseqa Ayesha Khan from Chattogram, Sanjida Khanam from Dhaka, Nasima Zaman Boby from Rangpur and Joroti Tanchangya from Rangamati.