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1 February, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Ganaforum MPs-elect adamant to join JS

UNB, Dhaka

Though Ganaforum President Dr Kamal Hossain asked them to refrain from joining parliament, the party's two MPs-elect are still adamant to take oath. Talking to UNB, two MPs-elect --Sultan Mohammad Mansur (Moulvibazar-2) and Mokabbir Khan (Sylhet-2) -- said they will take oath in due time showing respect to people's mandate given in favour of them.

Sultan Mansur said he is not bound to obey Ganaforum's any decision as he is not a member of the party while Mokabbir said Ganaforum will finally allow him to join parliament. Sultan Mansur told, "I don't know what decision Ganaforum has taken. I'm going to take oath as per the desire of people who made me an MP." He said Dr Kamal Hossain in the past asked him to get ready for joining parliament. "As top leader of the Oikyafront, I respect him, but I can't ignore the voters of my constituency as I do politics for them."

Asked whether he will join AL, Mansur said he did not join any party leaving AL. "Awami league didn't use me and that's a different question. But, my identity is an ex-organising secretary of AL, not a Ganaforum leader." He also said he took part in the election as a candidate of Oikyafront, not that of Ganaforum. "I'll now join JS and play a constructive role like an independent MP."

Mokabbir Khan said their party did not yet take any decision not to join parliament.

As his attention was drawn to Dr Kamal’s today's comment, he said, "I don't know what he said, but I'm sure my party didn't take any such decision. "I'm not going to take oath right now. I believe my party will finally send me to parliament."

 

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