In Dumki of Patuakhali, there was a complaint of uproar and harassment of a potential chairman candidate in the Upazila Parishad election.
Last Saturday (January 10) at 7:30 in the evening, the upazila’s Naseeb cinema chatter, the Durga Mandir committee organized the event of this commotion.
According to eyewitnesses, during the funeral, the exchange organized by the city’s Central Durga Temple Committee was the chief guest speech by potential chairman candidate Malta expatriate Md Kawsar Amin Howladar. At one stage of his speech, he pointed out that the government allocation of four and a half billion crores is coming for the pilot project and said that if you choose a good honest person and vote in the next upazila council elections, there is no possibility of theft and looting. By doing it around to withdraw. During this time, he was harassed by the party workers, pushing, making noise, pulling hatches. At this, the meeting was in a frenzy and tension spread. Fearing further deterioration of the situation, he (Kawsar Amin) left the venue with his entourage and the situation calmed down.
Harassment victim Maltese expatriate potential chairman candidate Kawsar Amin Hawladar complained and said, I did not refer to anyone in the speech. The gang has been trying to discredit me by creating ruckus and incendiary attacks in the meeting as a supporter or cadre of a candidate based on assumptions. He also said that I am afraid of someone’s attack and threats. I will not back down from serving the people in the cause of truth and justice. I want to move forward with people’s love and support.
In response to a question, he said that legal action will be taken against the accused in the attack. Officer-in-charge of Dumki police station Tarek Md. Abdul Hannan informed that he heard the incident and said that he has not received any written complaint in this regard. Legal action will be taken if complaints are received.