Japa wants to contest on six vacant seats

Japa wants to contest on six vacant seats

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However, JAPA’s chief patron, Roshan Ershad, and its president, GM Quader, met Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at Gono Bhavan on Tuesday – a meeting that could mark a dramatic turn in the bitter relationship between the two parties: JAPA and the ruling Awami -League (AL).

When asked about the meeting, JAP’s general secretary Mohammad Mujibul Haq declined to comment, saying that a statement had been issued from the Prime Minister’s Office regarding the meeting. Beyond this he knew nothing.

Several responsible sources in Japan said that his party has shown interest in contesting those vacant seats. Since the AL has a substantial number of seats in parliament, they will replace JPA in vacant constituencies. Currently, JAP has 26 MLAs in Parliament, including four of the reserved women’s seats.

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