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Moheshkhali-Kutubdia seat

Heavyweight candidates are active in field

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M Ramjan Ali,  Moheshkhali (Cox's Bazar) :
Keeping in view the forthcoming parliamentary elections, voter's ideas are that heavyweight candidates  of Moheshkhali-Kutubdia constituencies are active  in the field before or after  of Eid-ul-Fitr.
People gathered at tea shops are exchanging  ideas about the candidates. Heavyweight candidates of the Awami League are : Ansarul Karim, former vice president of central BCL Osman Gani, Awami League leader Sarwar Azam BA, former BCL leader Merchal Pavel, National Literary Council's central president Sadat Ullah Khan.
Candidates of the Nationalist Party (BNP) are  - former MP Alamgir Muhammad Mahfuzullah Farid, former deputy minister, daughter of Alhaj Rashid Miah, BA,  cultural forum Central Committee Tourism Industry Secretary and Cox's Bazar District President Alhaj Shamim Mostafa.  Among others, is the candidate of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami  are -  central committee's Vice President and former president of Bangladesh Islami Chhatra Shibir Central Committee former MP Alhaj AHM Hamidur Rahman Azad.
The candidate of the Islamic Front Bangladesh are : influential leader of the central committee of the Islamic Front, former student leader AM Masudul Islam Masud (chair symbol), Charomonyi Pir Islami Movement Bangladesh nominated candidate Dr. Jasim Uddin Nadvi (hand fan) .Besides, the number of candidates of various parties are  preparing for the election.

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