Tuesday , July 27 2021

The oath of one MP, the GNP is in danger



  • Some of the swearing of the oath
  • Workers' leaders are angry
  • The Standing Committee meeting yesterday

BNP Thagguron-3 MP Zachur Rahman swore in the party's decision. There are a few others who are about to take an oath. GNP sources reported that leaders and workers in Hades Zaya were welcomed by oath of party MPs. It also put the party's politicians in a strange situation.

The responsible leaders of the BNP state that the government is behind the partitioning of party MPs and joining parliament. They insisted that greed and lure work behind it. But a member's oath will face the dangerous party. The party that joined its parliament can break the unity of the party for so many days. In addition, the leadership of the party is likely to create trust.

There was a buzz that, for some time, BNP chairman Hades Zia could be sent abroad for conditional release. In return, BNP will join parliament. But something like this before Party MP Zachur Rahman to swear an oath. President Shirin Sharmin Qudhuhuri sworn in at the National Assembly on Thursday night.

Embarrassed to know about this, BNP Secretary General Mirza Fahrull Islam Alammir did not leave yesterday the house. At night, he said in the first light: "We have a decision not to go to Parliament. We are there. There is no chance of going out. The man who joined the parliament violated the party's discipline by not obeying the party's decision. Organizational action will be taken against him.

Zachdur Rahman did not join the parliamentary session since yesterday's oath. He told reporters: "The other members of the party can take an oath, except for the secretary-general, see if they come or not, and I will join Parliament together.

Several sources of information, at least five of the six elected MPs, may soon join parliament. Chapainawabganj-2 places. Aminul Islam, Chapainawabganj-3 places Harunur Rashid, Abdus Sattar and Brahmanbaria-2 ingredients Md Abdus Sattar and Bogra-4 places. The name of Mosharaf Hossein is in the discussion. Many are known for their constant contact with government colleagues.

Asked to join parliament, lawmaker Harun-ur-Rashid said in his first light yesterday, "Wait until April 30".

And lawyer Abdul Satar said joining him has not yet been confirmed. But he said in the first place that those who are at risk are at risk, there is pressure from them to parliament.

The decision of the Permanent Committee of the highest political body of the GNP is that they will not go to parliament for an election bust. The National Unity Forum and the BNP are pushing for re-election after rejecting the results on December 30th. Earlier, Ganoform, condemning both Sultan Mohammed Mansur and Mokbahir Khan's MPs, swore an oath of disobedience that they would not go to parliament. The BNP will take action against a member of the party's Central Executive Committee and MP Zachidur Rahman. The Standing Committee of the Party will meet on Saturday night.

Several sources from the government and GNP sources reported that by April 29 many things could happen. Among them, it is not uncommon to obtain a conditional release or a guarantee from Hawaiian Zia under warranty at the University of Bangkoku Medical School Sheikh Mudzhib (BSMMU). Some MEPs are waiting for something like that. In order to enter parliament after the release of the party boss, he is usually accepted to join parliament.

Asked about this, lawyer Abdus Satar said in the first light: "That's why it's late."

The constitution states that voters will swear an oath within the next 90 days of the first session of Parliament. Otherwise, membership will be revoked and vacancies will be declared vacant. The first meeting of the 11th Parliament took place on January 30th. Elected members will have to swear by April 29.

This census discusses the recent discussions on the release of Khaleda Zia from conditional release and the accession to BNP. Many leaders and ministers from the ruling party have encouraged the BNP to join parliament. Although the leaders of the BNP refuse the conditional release of Hades Zia and in return they join the parliament.

Many BNP newsmen and activists went to Nahalpantan's headquarters after the news of MP Zachudur swore. It is believed that many people express their anger against the party's responsible leaders. In their opinion, there was some kind of janagh for such events that could happen. But the party did not take steps to prevent it from every stage, but some of the party's top leaders were established as flexible for joining parliament.

Head of the Standing Committee Gayeshwar Chandra Roy, stigmatized not to leave BNP without the release of Khaleda Zia. He said yesterday that those who swore or took oath in parliament outside the party's decision were "Ghadadammang". Anyone who does not agree with the decision will not be considered a member of the party. You just understand that.

Of course, Zachur Rahman said, "I have no desire to choose. I'm tired Since 1991 I choose. Run the team. I'm not leaving the team. I'll be with the team.

GNP sources say there is an effort on the part of the party to release Hades Zaya in prison and joining parliament. With which there is a conspiracy of the government, which is quite invisible. There are disagreements between the political level of the party. Despite the Standing Committee's decision, many leaders were surprised by the incident of joining parliament. Many say this indicates a loss of supreme control over the party.

There is a debate about the MPs who have sworn not to obey the party's decision whether they will have a membership in accordance with the law. Article 70 of the Constitution states that if a person is nominated as a candidate of a political party in any election, or if he resigns from the party or votes against the party in parliament, his place in parliament will be free. In this case, Sultan Mansour, Mokubir Khan and Zachidur Rahman did not withdraw from the party. There is no option to vote against the party in parliament. But the constitution says nothing about the consequences if they join the parliament outside the party's decision and in case of expulsion from the party, what will be the consequence? But in the "People's Rule Representation" it must be said that if the Member of the Parliament is elected, then the main party member must be elected.

Alawid and Hassybar Rahman, who won the National Bank of the 1996 elections, joined the Awami League and became Deputy Minister. When GNP complains of a violation of Art. 70 of the constitution against them, the membership of the two deputies was rejected. Alawd Rajshahi and Hassybar Rahman were members of the Sieradz. Later, Alawad's election was an election. Hassi Rahman filed suit against Hariz at the Supreme Court. During the proceedings the parliament expired.

GNM Permanent Committee member Amir Hasru Mahmoud Chowdhuri said in the first light: "Such beneficiary leaders have seen different times. They come and go to politics. How many more people have gone to parliament is not the issue, but also the GNP. Since people around the world, the world community has rejected these choices. Therefore, people's thinking about joining parliament will not change.

Prosecuting lawyer Shahden Malik said in the first light: "I believe that by swearing an oath against the party's decision it will be possible to make a few arguments that Zachur Rachman has violated Article 70 of the Constitution." The protocol of paragraph 70 is that the party can not to be elected by a party and to oppose it, and against the decision of the party, the membership would be abolished, as a result of which Zahid was at odds with the original purpose of paragraph 70. In this regard, Zahid was disqualified as a member of parliament.


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