Tulip Siddique, Rupa Haque and Rushanara Ali, who won the British elections again

oting ended in mid-term elections in Britain through huge enthusiasm and strong security. Grandfather Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s grandson Tulip Rezwana Siddique was elected again from Hampstead and Kilburn seat. In addition to being elected as a member of British Parliament for the second term in the Ealing Central and Acton constituencies of London, Bangladeshi origin has been elected as the silver-haired.

Tulip got 34,464 votes. His nearest rival Conservative candidate Claire Lewis Leland got 18, 904 votes. Earlier, Tulip was elected MP for the first time in 2015 by just 1,168 votes. Now the gap increased to 15560.

Labor Party candidate Rupa Haque received 33 votes 37 votes. His nearest rival Conservative candidate, Joy Morris got 19,230 votes. Last time, by winning only 277 votes, silver won 13 of the 807 votes. In the year 2015, Rupa Haque was elected MP for the first time. With the announcement of the mid-term elections in Prime Minister Theresa, Rupa Huq has to face the challenge of holding the seat after two years.

Ali, another Bangladeshi origin, won the Bethnal Green and Bow seat. He got 42 thousand 969 votes. The closest rival Conservative Party’s Charlotte Chiriko got 7,576 votes. In the first of 2010, as a Bangladeshi origin, MP was elected in the British Parliament. He is contesting the third term for the seat. BBC and Reuters.