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Shifa wins AAJMI president battle

The results of AAJMI 2018 poll is declared with Shifaur Rahman being elected its president, said sources.

Akhlaq was second. As the news of the win of Shifarur was declared celebrations broke in his camp with congratulations pouring in from alumni and fans across the world.

Faraz Khan won the VP post, Badre Alam the GS post and Danish Md the JS post. On Monday morning the results of executive members announced with banker Danish Hameed winning with others.

It was on the morning of February 11 when registered alumni voters turned up at the Sports Complex to cast their votes in support of their candidates amid high security. Throughout the day, alumni and candidates’ supporters hanged around the campus, particularly outside the Sports Complex waiting for the result.

“It wore a festive look as several old boys turned up to exercise their franchises. Though the road was jammed throughout the day, the university looked like old days when old boys still remember how students used to stand at store,” said alumnus Naseem Ur Rahman, who was also there.

Voter turnout was 50 per cent of first university held AAJMI poll 2018 which came into existence after JOBA being merged as elections were not held by its post bearers for years.

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One comment

  1. Perhaps the first thing Shifaur Rahman could do is to have the mess that the elections have created.

    A good start would be having the metro pillars and the graveyard wall cleared of all the election posters that have de-faced them.

    Or is that too much to ask

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