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Bangladesh Election Results Live|election result bangladesh 2024|bangladesh election 2024 results:Polling is set to begin in Bangladesh for the 12th general elections on January 7. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wazed is expected to secure another term amid boycott calls by the main opposition party, BNP. Ahead of the general assembly elections, the nation is witnessing several cases of pre-poll violence. Till now, 14 polling centres and two schools have been torched in Bangladesh.

The country’s Election Commission reports that over 119.6 million registered voters are eligible to cast their votes at more than 42,000 polling stations on Sunday.The election results will likely begin early on January 8.

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Bangladesh polls officially came to a close at 4 pm local time (3:30 pm IST) on Sunday, 7 January, with a meagre 40 percent voter turnout being recorded.Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Awami League is slated to win a fourth consecutive and fifth overall term after the main opposition, the Khaleda Zia-led BNP, boycotted polls.

angladesh held its 12th general election on Sunday (Jan 7) with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina seeking a fourth consecutive term. Voting ended at 4 pm and the counting of votes has started. Results are expected to be out by Monday. 

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Meanwhile, some media outlets reported incidents of ballot stuffing and violence, including an incident where two individuals were shot after scuffle.

Former PM Khaleda Zia’s Bangladesh Nationalist Party have boycotted the election after Hasina refused to step down and allow a caretaker government to run the election.

The BNP called for a 48-hour nationwide general strike starting Saturday to demand the resignation of the “illegal government” of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and to protest against the January 7 general election.

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A total of 119.6 million registered voters are eligible to vote at Sunday’s polls in over 42,000 polling stations, according to the country’s Election Commission.

The voting is being held in 299 out of 300 constituencies. The election to one centre will be held later as a candidate died there. Over 1,500 candidates from 27 political parties are contesting in the election besides 436 independent candidates.

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