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JS Quorum Crisis

TIB findings baseless

The recent TIB findings regarding the quorum crisis in the first session of the current parliament were “baseless and motivated”, Chief Whip ASM Feroz claimed yesterday. Most of the other findings of the study, including the assertion that the Jatiya Party could not play its due role as the main opposition in parliament, is also unfounded, he told a press conference at the Parliament Members Club. He was responding to the study by Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB), which was made public...

BNP asks Ershad to apologise

BNP asks Ershad to apologise

BNP today called upon Jatiya Party chief HM Ershad to apologise for his statement that late president Ziaur Rahman grabbed power through a bloody revolution on November 7, 1975. Refuting the allegation, BNP acting secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir said Zia, who founded the BNP, did not grab the state power. “Rather the soldiers and mass people brought Ziaur Rahman to power through the revolution,” Fakhrul said while speaking at a discussion at the Jatiya Press Club. Sommilito Nagorik Committee organised the discussion demanding release of Dhaka city BNP leader Nasiruddin Ahmed Pintu who has been awarded life imprisonment for his involvement in the 2009 bloody BDR mutiny. The former military ruler...

Ershad sued for ‘not submitting’ polls expenses

Ershad sued for ‘not submitting’ polls expenses

Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad was sued for not submitting the expenditure of his campaigns for January 5 polls in Lalmonirhat-1 constituency to the Election Commission. Habibur Rahman, the returning officer and also the deputy commissioner in Lalmonirhat filed the case last night. As per the rules of EC, Ershad did not submit his election expenditure to the district returning officer till Thursday afternoon, said Mahfuzur Rahman, officer-in-charge of Lalmonirhat Sadar Police Station. The election official also filed a case against the Jatiya Samajtantrik Dal (JSD) candidate Sadekul Islam, who contested from the same constituency, for same reason, the police official told our Lalmonirhat correspondent. The cases were lodged following the direction of...

India to deport Nur Hossain: Minister

India to deport Nur Hossain: Minister

India has agreed to deport Nur Hossain, the prime accused in Narayanganj seven-murder case, the foreign minister told the parliament today. "I can gladly tell you (lawmaker) that we are going to send a letter to India requesting it to send back Nur Hossain to Bangladesh as India has already expressed its eagerness to...

Unusual scene at Sangsad

Unusual scene at Sangsad

In a hardly ever seen instance, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday lauded opposition Jatiya Party in the House and said people now understand how a parliament should work. "The people, the youths and future generation are now observing how democracy is being practised. The present opposition is making constructive criticism of the government, instead of opposing anything for the sake of opposing in parliament," she said. Speaking on the discussion on the proposed budget, Hasina criticised the role of the BNP lawmakers of previous parliaments. "The BNP lawmakers behaved indecently in the 1996 parliament and also the last parliament. They made vulgar speeches and threw files in the House. They also beat...

Selim Osman wins, Narayanganj loses

Selim Osman wins, Narayanganj loses

The Osman family has won the Narayanganj-5 by-polls amid allegations of widespread intimidation of voters. Selim Osman, the candidate of the main opposition Jatiya Party and brother of ruling Awami League lawmaker Shamim Osman, beat independent candidate SM Akram by 16,742 votes in yesterday's polls that saw a low turnout. Selim bagged 82,856 votes and...

  

Selim Osman wins Narayanganj by-polls

Selim Osman wins Narayanganj by-polls

Jatiya Party aspirant Selim Osman has won the Narayanganj 5 by-election, polling 82,856 votes while independent candidate SM Akram bagged 66,114. Staring at 8:00am, the polling continued till 4:00pm without any break. The parliamentary seat for the constituency fell vacant after the death of Jatiya Party lawmaker Nasim Osman, who was elected unopposed from the...

Mr. Ershad versus Mrs. Ershad

THE handmaiden main opposition Jatiya Party's Chairman H.M. Ershad, at a press conference at his Banani office on Saturday, made some critical comments against the proposed budget for the coming financial year. In his view, it is not only highly ambitious, but too much of a dream as well. Many party leaders were present at the press conference. However, his wife Raushan Ershad, who is also leader of the opposition in parliament, was absent. Her absence made journalists curious...

Proposed budget too dreamy: Ershad

Proposed budget too dreamy: Ershad

Terming the proposed budget for 2014-15 fiscal as “too dreamy”, Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad today expressed his doubt over its implementation. "The proposed budget is not highly-ambitious. Rather, it is too dreamy. There is no specific proposal and direction (in the budget) on how to implement it," Ershad said. He was giving formal reaction...

Shamim’s brother gets JP ticket for by-polls

Selim Osman, elder brother of Awami League lawmaker Shamim Osman, got nomination from Jatiya Party to contest the Narayanganj-5 by-poll. JP Secretary General Ziauddin Ahmed Bablu told this to reporters today after a meeting between Shamim Osman, lawmaker from Narayanganj-2 constituency, and Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad at the latter's Banani office in the capital around 11:50am. During the 15-minute meeting, Shamim sought JP’s nomination for his elder brother, Selim Osman, for the by-poll. Selim is the former president of Narayanganj Chambers...

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