The electoral commission does not want to ask about the elections: Shahadat


Retired Brigadier General Shahadat Hossain Chowdhury, Commissioner for Elections Pictures of Pictures

Election Commissioner, retired Brigadier General Shahadat Hossain Chowdhury, warned that the electoral commission does not want to contest the election.

He said that the electoral commission will do everything necessary for free, fair and neutral elections. A fair choice is essential. Which country will lead it forward.

She said this at the opening of a training organized by the Institute for ETI Training in Agargaun, in the capital on Saturday.

During this time, Shahadat Hossain Chowdhury opened the electronic ballot for training coaches (TOT) and software EMS, CMS and RMS at the 11th National Electoral Parliament.

He said: "We want you to maintain your neutrality, regardless of the parties that are in the elections. If any questions about your neutrality arise, the electoral commission will pass a lawful punitive act.

The commissioner said: "The electoral commission in Bangladesh does not want question-based elections. We always call on those who work in the field, you are a commission body. The electoral commission, which consists of the chief election commissioner and four commissioners, wants free, honest and a neutral and acceptable election of all. "

He further said that this year's elections are very important. Because many unregistered parties participate outside of all registered parties in the elections. We are happy about this.

Ittefaq / Ubie


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