Awami League now worried about the strategy of 'independent' candidates

Awami League trains 250,000 campaigners to bring voters to polling stations

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The ruling Awami League on Tuesday trained its leaders and workers at Jamalpur district office to increase the voting percentage in the 12th parliamentary elections to be held on January 7, 2024. A total of 564 people received training under ‘Road to Smart’. Bangladesh Campaign’. Each of these will have the responsibility of bringing 200 voters to the polling stations.

Like Jamalpur, the ruling party has trained 202,580 vote-seeking workers in 118 constituencies till December 26, and these people have received training across the country under the offline campaign program launched by the National Election Steering Committee of the Awami League. are doing.

Another strategy the ruling party has adopted so far is to allow the party leader to contest the upcoming elections independently.

But voter turnout has now become one of the major challenges as fear looms over voter turnout as various political parties and alliances, including Awami League’s main political rival Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), are not participating in the January 7 elections. .

For this, Awami League is giving the responsibility of bringing voters to the polling centers to trained election campaigners.

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