At least 100 well-wishers of anti-liberation and war criminals’ organization Jamaat-e-Islami are contesting in the upcoming 11th parliamentary election. This information has been unveiled in Jamaat`s secret evaluation report on the election. BNP has officially given their symbol to 25 Jamaat candidates this time. But Jamaat says they have more than 75 candidates in several parties. The party hopes that Jamaat supporters will win at least 50 seats in the next parliamentary election even after the trial of war criminals and the execution of party’s top leaders. They think it`s a big step in their way to power. Note that the notorious war criminal Ghulam Azam had prepared an assessment report titled `Jamaat`s political future` in 1991. That report reveals Jamaat plans to go to the power by 2030 and to establish Bangladesh an Islamic state. The evaluation report was approved in Jamaat`s Majlis-e-Shura. Ghulam Azam was publicly declared as ameer of Jamaat by Majlis-e-Shura in 1992.
Jamaat said in the party`s secret report, "Jamaat has now become stronger even after the severe repression and oppression conducted on its leaders and activists. The activists have become more dedicated in order to establish Islam." The report also said that although Jamaat will not contest with its own symbol, still the leaders and activists of the party will remain united. It is known that 25 people of Jamaat are contesting with BNP`s symbol and 10 more are contesting independently. Three BNP leaders following Jamaat`s ideology got the nomination and five Jamaat supporters got Jatiya Party`s nomination. Besides, 22 more Jamaat-e-Islami well-wishers of several Islami groups are participating in this election. According to the sources, four leaders of Awami League who have also got the nomination have sympathy and support towards Jamaat. Besides, Jamaat sources confirmed about having supporters in Jatiya Oikya Front also. It has been found that a senior leader of Jatiya Oikya Front is closely affiliated with Jamaat and has long been in contact with the party. It has also been learned that a former Awami League leader who joined BNP recently has huge support to Jamaat. Jamaat asked him to join BNP. The party believes that their well-wishers will become public at the appropriate time.