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Gonotantrik Oikya Parishad sweeps DU senate polls

BSS     21st January, 2018 11:07:23 printer

Gonotantrik Oikya Parishad sweeps DU senate polls

Pro-Awami League Gonotantrik Oikya Parishad swept the registered graduate representatives' poll to Dhaka University (DU) Senate.

 

After counting the votes of all centers, DU Pro-Vice Chancellor (Academic) Nasrin Ahmad announced the result today, said a press release.

 

Candidates from the Gonotantrik Oikya Parishad bagged 24 seats out of 25 posts while Jatiyatabadi Parishad bagged only one post. The other panel Pragati Parishad could not bag any post in the election.

 

A total of 80 candidates vied against the 25 posts.

A total of 22,642 voters out of 43,997 voters cast their ballots.

 

Elected registered graduate representatives from Gonotantrik Oikya Parishad are: Md Ataur Rahman Prodhan (12,967 votes), A S M Maksud Kamal (12,046 votes), M Farid Uddin (11,968 votes), A R M Manjurul Ahsan Bulbul (11,924 votes), S M Bahalul Majnun (11,596 votes), Muhammad Abdus Samad (11,568 votes), Zainat Huda (11,557 votes), Asim Sarkar (11,335 votes), M Iqbal Arslan (11,202 votes), Sadeka Halim (11,167 votes), Mahfuza Khanam (11,120 votes), Tazin Aziz Chowdhury (11,085), Emran Kabir Chowdhury (11,033 votes), A H M Enamul Haque Chowdhury (10,924 votes), Md Liaquat Hossain Morol (10,838 votes), Md Alauddin (10,786 votes), Syed Humayun Akter (10,739 votes), Ramendu (Krishna) Majumdar (10,681 votes), A B M Badruddoza (10, 672 votes), Nizam Chowdhury (voted 10,528), Md Abdul Aziz (voted 10,512), Mohammad Abdul Bari (10,452 votes), Ranjit Kumar Saha (9, 967 votes) and Md Nasir Uddin (votes 9,818 votes)

 

The only elected aspirant from Jatiyatabadi Parishad is A F. M Yusuf Haider (10,500 votes).

 

The final phase of the election was held at three centers- Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban, Teachers-Students Center and Physical Training Center of the university yesterday.

 

Earlier, the two phases of the election were held at 42 polling stations outside Dhaka on January 6 and 13.


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