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Survey prediction: AL 173, BNP 83

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Published on : 05 November 2018, 10:32 PM
Survey prediction: AL 173, BNP 83

According to the latest survey results, Awami League is expected to get 173 seats alone and with the 14-party alliance, the number rises to 202. Prime Minister and AL President Sheikh Hasina has conducted the survey. The survey also reported BNP to get 83 seats in the upcoming national election. Other political parties will get 15 seats, according to the survey results. Responsible sources of AL said that it was the final survey of AL before the election schedule. However, before the election, AL will conduct another survey in the electoral areas. Though the survey spoke in favor of AL in most of the constituencies, there will be a heavy contest in at least 92 constituencies. Moreover, there is an internal conflict in 57 constituencies which may bring a big change in the election results, if not sorted out before the elections. In 53 constituencies, AL may relax and in 19 constituencies, BNP has its confidence to win. The 53 constituencies where Awami League will surely expected to win are:
 
1. Panchagarh-2, 2. Dinajpur-1, 3. Dinajpur-2, Dinajpur-4, 5. Dinajpur-5, 6. Nilphamari-2, 7. Rangpur-6, 8. Gaibandha-2, 9. Gaibandha-5, 10. Natore-3, 11. Sirajganj-1, 12. Sirajganj-2, 13. Magura-2, 14. Narail -1, 15. Narail-2, 16. Bagerhat-1, 17. Bagerhat-2, 18. Bagerhat-3, 19. Patuakhali-2, 20. Patuakhali-3, 21. Bhola-1, 22. Bhola-4, 23. Jamalpur-1, 24. Jamalpur-3, 25. Mymensingh-1, 26. Mymensingh-10, 27. Netrokona-1, 28. Netrokona-5, 29. Kishoreganj-1, 30. Kishoreganj-4, 31. Kishoreganj-6, 32. Manikganj-2, 33. Dhaka-3, 34. Dhaka-7, 35. Dhaka-1, 36. Dhaka-12, 37. Gazipur-1, 38. Gazipur-2, 39. Gazipur-3, 40. Gazipur-4, 41. Narayanganj-4, 42. Rajbari-1, 43. Rajbari-2, 44. Gopalganj-1, 45. Gopalganj-2, 46. Gopalganj-3, 47. Madaripur-1, 48. Shariatpur-3, 49. Feni-2, 50. Chattogram-7, 51. Cox`s Bazar-4, 52. Rangamati Hill, 53. Bandarban Hill.

Following 57 constituencies are stained with conflicts:

1. Panchagarh-1, 2. Thakurgaon-1, 3. Lalmonirhat-1. 4. Joypurhat-1, 5. Bogura-1, 6. Chapainawabganj-1, 7. Chapainawabganj-3, 8. Rajshahi-1, 9. Natore-4, 10. Pabna-1, 11. Pabna-4 12. Kushtia-2, 13. Kushtia-3, 14. Jhenaidah-1, 15. Jessore-3, 16. Jessore-6, 17. Khulna-1, 18. Khulna-4, 19. Satkhira-3, 20. Barguna-1, 22. Patuakhali-3, 22. Barishal-4, 23. Jhalokati-1, 24. Pirojpur-1, 25. Tangail-3, 26. Jamalpur-5, 27. Sherpur-2, 28. Mymensingh-5, 29. Netrokona-5, 30. Kishoreganj-2, 31. Manikganj-1, 32. Manikganj-3, 33. Munshiganj -2, 34. Dhaka-1, 35. Dhaka-4, 36. Dhaka-13, 37. Dhaka- 14, 38. Dhaka-17, 39. Dhaka-19, 40. Narsingdi-5, 41. Narayanganj-1, 42. Madaripur-3, 43. Shariatpur-2, 45. Sunamganj-2, 46. Sylhet-1, 47. Cumilla-4, 48. Cumilla-7, 49. Chandpur-3, 50. Feni-1, 51. Lakshmipur-4, 52. Chattogram-11, 53. Chattogram-15, 54. Cox’s Bazar-1, 55. Cox’s Bazar-2, 56. Cox`s Bazar-3, 57. Khagrachari Hill

Before the nomination board nominates candidates for the upcoming election, it will consider this survey as an important instrument to make the final decision, sources confirmed. 

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