Cox’s Bazar Correspondent
The 11th parliament’s reserved seats have begun. In this process, nomination papers are already being collected. Several female Awami League leaders from tourism city Cox’s Bazar are expecting nominations from the party to become reserved woman lawmaker of the district as nomination form distribution has already started.
Lutfunnahar Bappi, joint secretary general of Cox’s Bazar Women’s Awami League, is a well known female leader of the constituency. She is the only female member of the Cox’s Bazar Beach Management Committee. She is well-educated and has served the party both in good and bad times during her long political career. She has represented the party staying on the streets. She is involved with different social and humanitarian organisations of Cox’s Bazar. She is also well-known as a social worker alongside politics. She also served as a private inspector from 2008 to 2014 and worked for many helpless prisoners. If elected Lutfunnahar Bappi saved women MPs, the general public will hope that the overall development of the people will be developed.
In this regard, Lutfunnahar Bappi said, “I came to politics to prove that women can also work for the people. The ideology of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Awami League’s politics have inspired me since my childhood and gave me immense encouragement to join politics.”
“I will work for the fulfillment of dream of people of the country and work for the implementation of rights of women of all levels,” she added.