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CZP polls: Fate of 70 candidates to be determined by 2,730 voters

18 October 2022

Chattogram Bureau :

70 candidates including 2 chairman candidates competed in the election. Votes were casted in 15 centres of different upazilas from 9:00am on Monday.
The number of voters in the election is 2,730 people. Voting was done in 30 booths of 15 polling stations in 15 wards. There were 15 presiding officers, 30 assistant presiding officers and 60 polling officers. In the election, one chairman, 15 ordinary members and five reserved members will be elected.
The Election Commission has installed three CCTV cameras in each polling station to monitor the voting image.
Moreover, four judicial magistrates were appointed to make the elections fair. Law and order coordination and monitoring cell has been formed. Polling stations are being monitored. RAB, Police, Ansar along with Executive Magistrate are deployed in the polling station. Election Returning Officer Hasanuzzaman said that the polling station is being monitored round the clock to complete the election smoothly.

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