CPB mayoral candidate Sajedul pledges clean, safe city

Wants city govt for proper development

Staff Correspondent | Published: 00:51, Jan 27,2020


Dhaka North City mayor candidate Mohammad Sajedul Huq Rubel, backed by Communist Party of Bangladesh, announces his election manifesto at a press conference at the party’s central office in Purana Paltan on Sunday. — New Age photo

Dhaka North City Corporation mayor candidate Mohammad Sajedul Huq Rubel on Sunday announced his election manifesto pledging a clean, safe and liveable city with alternative plans of development.

Sajeudul, only mayor candidate supported by Communist Party of Bangladesh, also demanded formation of a city government at a press conference at the party’s central office at Moitri Auditorium in Dhaka.

He urged the voters to vote for him   to ensure the rights of 99 per cent city dwellers, not for those who deprived them of their rights.

He called on the voters to shun the corrupt candidates responsible for vote riggings, autocracy and misrules.

CPB president Mujahidul Islam Selim said that Dhaka had turned into a city of concrete in the past four decades and those who were responsible for that must be changed.

Dubbing Sajedul an examined and honest leader, he urged the voters to cast their votes in favour of his party mayor candidate in the upcoming Dhaka city elections scheduled to be held on February 1.

CPB general secretary Mohammad Shah Alam, central leaders Sajjad Zahir Chandan, Lsxmi Chakrabarty,   Ruhin Hossain Prince, Abdullah Kafee Ratan and others attended the press conference.

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