Two Gonoforum lawmakers-elect yesterday wrote to the Speaker expressing their willingness to take oath on March 7.
Sultan Mohammad Monsur and Mokabbir Khan, presidium members of Gonoforum, took part in the December 30 national election as Gonoforum candidates, with the BNP's electoral symbol “sheaf of paddy”.
Asked about the matter, BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir told The Daily Star that he did not know anything about the letter.
Senior Gonoforum leaders said they would take all kinds of actions against the two leaders if they took oath disobeying the party's decision.
Just around a month before the national election, the BNP, the Gonoforum and some other political parties had formed Jatiya Oikyafront.
Oikyafront leaders, including Dr Kamal Hossain, boycotted the polls results and called for a new election.
The BNP won only six seats against 289 by the ruling Awami League-led Grand Alliance.
All the six MPs-elect of BNP decided not to join the Jatiya Sangsad.
Talking to this newspaper, Sultan Monsur yesterday said Dr Kamal knew about their oath.
Mostafa Mohsin Montu, general secretary of Gonoforum, said the two leaders would violate the party's decision if they took oath.
“Our party has decided not to send the two MPs to parliament. We will take all necessary actions if they take oath.”
Montu also said the duo was misleading people by giving false statements.
If they took oath violating the party's decision, the Gonoforum would write to the Speaker to cancel their memberships for floor-crossing, he said.
Former Awami League leader Sultan Mansur, also an ex vice-president of Ducsu, was elected MP from Moulvibazar-2 and Mokabbir from Sylhet-2.
Soon after the December 30 election, the duo said Kamal was positive about their joining parliament.
On January 31, Kamal told journalists that the Gonoforum has informed the two about its decision that they should not take oath.