No more games over polls: Fakhrul

Yesterday, Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, Secretary General of BNP, stated that their party and people won't allow any game to take place in the name or a national election in Bangladesh.

"You (govt), have created a subservient Election Commission that executes your orders. You plan to hold an election in which voters will not go to the polling stations, and you'll vote through EVMs. He stated that such elections are not allowed by the public.

The leader of the BNP said that their party wants to see a real election in order to take over the responsibility for running the state in the love of the people.

Jatiyatabadi Urlema Dal organized the program at Jatiya Press Club to mark its 42nd anniversary.

Fakhrul claimed that Bangladesh was liberated with the dream of establishing democracy in a free society. But Awami League has established "one-party rule". "Now, there is no democracy, election accountability, law and order in the nation. We didn't want this country."

He claimed that 11-12 companies, which included Evaly, stole hundreds of millions of taka from people under the guise of e-commerce. However, the government was unable to take any steps in advance to stop such fraudulence.

According to the leader of the BNP, the unusual rise in killings, rapes, and repression of children and women in the country is due to a decline in law and order.

He stated that AL had become the "biggest enemy of people" by resorting to repressive actions, enforced disappearance, and extrajudicial murders.

"The nation looks to BNP and its associated bodies to lead a movement in favor of establishing a pro–people government. We have to be prepared... Now it's our responsibility to strengthen the organization."

He claimed that AL wanted to retain power illegally by suppressing opposition leaders and activists through repressive acts, false cases, and other means.


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