Party chatter hints at withdrawal from polls if seat-sharing deal can’t be reached with AL
Jatiya Party, the main opposition party in parliament, has demanded the ruling Awami League withdraw its candidates from around 70 constituencies to pave the way for the JP nominees’ easy win in the January 7 polls.
The main opposition in parliament, Jatiya Party, last night requested the ruling Awami League to reach a consensus with them over seat-sharing for the January 7 polls.
Jatiya Party leaders find themselves in an uncertain and uneasy situation ahead of the January 7 national election, as the party still hasn’t reached any consensus on seat sharing with Awami League.
With Raushan Ershad not participating in the January 7 parliamentary election, questions have arisen whether the 27-year political career of the Jatiya Party chief patron and opposition leader is coming to an end
Jatiya Party, the main opposition in parliament, is facing another split centring the conflict between its Chairman GM Quader and Chief Patron Raushan Ershad over MP nominations, party insiders said.
Leader of the opposition in parliament Raushan Ershad has announced she will not participate in the national election because tested leaders of her party have been undermined.