Monsur Iqbal: In the UK’s local government elections, a record number of Bangladeshi origin candidates have been elected from different councils. According to the information available so far, more than 50 Bangladeshi origin candidates have been elected as Councilors. However, some heavyweight candidates of British Bangladeshi have lost their position as counselors at Bangalipara Tower Hamlets. Labor party tide could not survive in the city.Hundreds of Bangladeshi origin candidates contested from different parties in 45 seats in the Bangladeshi Towers Hamlets Council. 24 winners have won. Meanwhile, 23 people have been elected from the Labor Party.According to the information available so far, more than 50 Bangladeshi descent candidates from different councils have won. It will take more time to get accurate statistics. Because many British British Councilors have become a new generation. Many of them have less presence in Bengali media. Communication Less Community of Bengali Para.Like every time, the election of Tower Hamlets Council was discussed. Because the majority of Bangladeshis live in this council. Two new political parties, established by Bangladeshis, participate in this year’s election. But only one councilor was elected. Everyone else is defeated. Some of the figures which were defeated were highlighted.In addition to being mayoral candidate, as well as councilor in Lancers Ward contested councilor several times councilor Ahid Ahmed Although more than 11,000 votes were cast as mayor’s candidate, he was defeated by more than 400 votes as a councilor candidate.
Nayeemul Islam khan
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