In UP elections, cows are slaughtered and eaten, then …

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Dewanganj upazila of Jamalpur has been accused of violating the code of conduct surrounding the forthcoming fifth phase union council elections. He came to Aceland and fined his workers and supporters for slaughtering cows.

According to local sources, the election will be held in 4 unions of Dewanganj upazila on January 5, so various candidates are continuing their campaign. Charamkhawa Union 6th ward UP member candidate for the post. They Mia (Dalim) organized a football marker procession with about 1000 activists and supporters on Saturday afternoon, slaughtered cows at noon in violation of election code of conduct and organized their feast. The issue of food and drink spread all over the union.

Everyone is cooked khichuri with beef and handed it in packets.

Dewanganj Assistant Commissioner (Land) and Executive Magistrate Ahna Jinnah arrived at the spot around 4 pm on hearing the news of the banquet and found the allegations to be true and imposed a fine of Tk 6,000 in a mobile court.It is known that the candidate for the post of UP member number 6 of Char Amkhawa Union Md. Taramia (Dalim) on the morning of January 1, with about a thousand supporters marched on its football symbol, slaughtered cows at noon and organized a feast. Assistant Commissioner (Land) Ahna Jinnah conducted a mobile court raid and fined the candidate Tk 8,000 for violating the election code of conduct. He was also fined Tk 5,000 for violating the code of conduct in different places.

Zohar Hossain Khan, in-charge of Sanandabari police investigation center was present at the time.

Executive Magistrate Ahna Jinnah said the UP member candidates have been fined Tk 11,000 by the mobile court for violating the code of conduct by using posters, double microphones on the wall, promoting microphones during prohibited times and feasting during the union council elections. The mobile court campaign will continue till the election and action will be taken as per law.

In another place, a fine of Rs 5,000 was imposed for violating the election code of conduct. Police including Zohar Hossain Khan, in-charge of Sanandabari police investigation center were present at the time.

Assistant Commissioner (Land) Ahna Jinnah told Kaler Kanth that he would like to present a fair and fair election gift. Done. The mobile court campaign will continue till the election and strict action will be taken as per law.

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