Twenty-five seats have been awarded to the Jamaat-e-Islami's Twenty-Party Alliance for the eleven future parliamentary elections. On Tuesday, it was reported in the 20-party alliance.
The names are:
Abdul Hakim (Thakurgaon-2), Mohammad Hanif (Dinajpur-1), Anwarul Islam (Dinajpur -6), Moniruzzaman Montu (Nilphamari-2), Azizul Islam (Nilphamari-3), Golam Rabbani (Rangpur-5), Majedur Rahman Government (Gaibandha-1), Rafiqul Islam Khan (Sirajganj-4), Iqbal Hussain (Pabna-5), Matiur Rahman (Jhenaidah-3), Syed Abdullah Mohammad. Taher (Comilla-11), Hamidur Rahman Azad (Cox's Bazar-2), Shamsul Islam (Chittagong-15).
Abu Sayeed Mohammad Shahadat Hossain (Jessore-2), Abdul Wadud (Bagerhat-3), Abdul Alim (Bagerhat-4), Mia Golam Parwar (Khulna-5), Abul Kalam Azad (Khulna-6), Rabiul Bashar (Satkhira- 3), Abdul Khalek (Satkhira-2), Gazi Nazrul Islam (Satkhira -4), Shamim Sayedee (Pirojpur-1), Farid Uddin Chowdhury (Sylhet-5), Habibur Rahman (Sylhet-6) and Shafiqur Rahman (Dhaka- 15).
The High Court announced on July 1, 2013 that Jamaat-e-Islami was entitled and illegal. The Electoral Commission (EC) has notified the decline of Jamaat's registration on October 28. So there is no scope for election such as the Jamaat But party, Jamaat leaders can choose from symbol of a party as an independent advocate or a registered party candidate. EC secretary, Helaluddin Ahmed, said on November 9th, the EC will not have an unregistered party to make a joint election with a registered party. There is no explanation for the law in this regard.