Can’t be known as one-sided election: EC Alamgir

Cannot be called one-sided election: EC Alamgir

Can’t be known as one-sided election. The Election Commissioner (EC) commented that the twelfth Nationwide Parliament election can’t be known as a one-sided election. Alamgir. He mentioned this at midday on Sunday (December 24) on the Election Fee constructing in Agargaon of the capital.

EC Alamgir mentioned that if all of the events got here to the election, there would have been a extra balanced vote. However it can’t be known as a one-sided election. As a result of many events participated within the elections. It might be higher if BNP got here. Voting is a little bit of a problem because the social gathering doesn’t come. Nonetheless, the election will not be one sided. Electoral damadol is occurring all over the place. Sturdy messages are being given all over the place. Violations of the code of conduct have resulted in monetary penalties, prosecutions in some instances.

He mentioned in regards to the cancellation of candidature, however no resolution has been taken to cancel the candidature of any candidate. Huge punishment can’t be given for small crimes.

By the way, Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Kazi Habibul Awal introduced the schedule of the twelfth Nationwide Meeting elections on November 15 amidst the heat of demanding elections under the caretaker government of BNP and like-minded events.

As per the schedule, voting for the parliamentary elections might be held on January 7, 2024. Like-minded events together with BNP and Jamaat-e-Islami have rejected this schedule and are persevering with their agitation demanding a caretaker authorities.

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