AL candidates win 25 UP chairman posts, BNP 7

AL candidates win 25 UP chairman posts, BNP 7

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Dhaka – Awami League candidates won in 25 union parishads (UPs) while its rebel candidates in eight, and BNP candidates in seven among some 400 UPs where the election was held on Monday, UNB news agency reported.
According to reports reaching the UNB till 1 pm, AL candidates were elected unofficially in three UPs while rebel candidates in two among five UPs in Satkhira.In Munshiganj, AL candidate won in one and rebel candidates in two UPs among four UPs.
In Kishoreganj, rebel candidate won in the mayoral election in Pakundia municipality while two AL candidates and two BNP candidates won in four UPs of Itna upazila.
In Rajshahi, AL candidates won in nine UPs while rebel candidates in two and BNP candidates in three.
AL candidate won in the election in Savar Sadar UP.
In Jessore, AL candidates won in two and rebel candidate of AL in one among three UPs.
In Panchagarh, AL candidates were elected unofficially in six, BNP and AL rebel candidate in one each among eight unions in Sadar, Boda and Debiganj upazila.
In Brahmanbaria, AL candidates won in two union parishad of Akhaura upazila.
In Bogura, BNP candidate won in Sonara UP in Gabtoli upazila.
In Sunamganj, AL and JaPa candidates won in one UP each among two UPs.
Voters of some 100 ex-Indian enclaves exercised their franchise for the first time as the election of 22 union parishads (UPs) in those areas was held on Monday morning.
The voting in the now-defunct enclaves was held simultaneously along with the polling in some 380 more UPs across the country.
In some 200 UPs, elections were held in a few polling stations where the voting was earlier cancelled during the staggered countrywide UP elections held earlier this year.

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