Aspiring fighters have entered the field in the by-election of Pabna-4(Ishwardi-Atgharia) constituency by pushing the COVID-19 disaster. Avoiding the impact of aspirant candidates are now busy gaining the support of the people and leaders and workers. Tea shops, various corners and alleys of the neighbourhood are now only discussing the by-election of Pabna-4constituency. There is no end to people’s interest in party nominations.
The seat was declared vacant on the death of Awami League’s tried and tested leader, former land minister and Pabna district Awami League presidentShamsur Rahman Sharif Dilu. Hair loss analysis is going on among the common people. The people are desiring an intellectual, honest and dynamic and fearless and pro-people leader who will look after the people’s hopes and desires. Former Land MinisterShamsur Rahman Dilu’s family and relatives, including a dozen candidates, have entered the battlefield. Old and many of the newcomer’s young leaders are also seen on the field in this war.
In celebration of the 90th birth anniversary of Bangamata SheikhFazilatunnesa Mojib, Bangabandhu Parishad central leader and social activist Jalal Uddin Tuhin released 90 caged pigeons and birds and pledged to serve the people in the upcoming by-elections. He also plans to build Bangabandhu Corner’ at Ishwardi Press Club.
Jalal Uddin Tuhin, a 46-year-old leader with a clean image, philanthropy, honesty and merit, has previously done BBA and MBA from IslamicUniversity is currently the managing director of large business are express his interest to be a candidate of by-poll. Then, the finance secretary of the Bangabandhu Parishad Central Committee has personally funded the installation of one of the country’s largest and campus-based murals of Bangabandhu “Mrityunjayi Mujib” at the Islamic University. As the Pabna-4seat is vacant, he, like others, has started vying for the by-election. He is a candidate for the post of MP from the Awami League in this seat. Tuhin said since his student days he has been respectful of the ideals of Bangabandhu
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and the leadership of Sheikh Hasina. He has recently started research work on Bangabandhu. In response to various questions, Tuhin said, I saw in front of my eyes coronavirus workers. Poor people including workers are in trouble. Some of them are day labourers, teashops, low-income families, unemployed and jobless, van drivers, hotel boys, beggars and people from different communities. But it is difficult for helpless people to survive without food aid due to the Corona crisis. So he responded to the call of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and started distributing food aid and health care among the people. He extended a helping hand from personal money.
He also gained immense popularity by delivering a month’s worth of food to the homes of more than a thousand distressed families through Jalal UddinTuhin’s exceptional ‘Love Car, Reach Home’ program.
He said the coronavirus has created a new wave around the world. The wheel of social, political and economic will change in that flow. What is needed now is a talented and capable leader who will work alongside the people to adapt the country to this climate and build a new country. He said if the Prime Minister gives him that opportunity, he will dedicate himself to the implementation of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s ideas and development in the area.