The Election Commissioner (EC) said that no decision has been made to deploy the army in the upcoming 12th National Parliament election. Alamgir. He said this in response to a question from journalists at the Tangail District Commissioner’s conference room on Thursday morning.
EC Alamgir said that no decision has been taken so far to deploy the army in the elections. But if it is decided later, the army, though deployed, will function under the magistrate.
There is no foreign pressure in the twelfth parliamentary elections. Alamgir said, on the contrary, the Election Commission is applying pressure in various places, so that beautiful, fair and free elections can be held.
In response to a question about BNP coming to the polls, EC Alamgir said, ‘BNP has no chance to come to the polls so far. But if BNP wants to participate in the elections, then the matter can be examined. Whatever we do, we have to do it in the light of our constitution.’
EC Alamgir said that 82 observers and 46 journalists from different countries including America, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia have applied for election observers in the upcoming elections.
The district administrator said in the event. Under the chairmanship of Kaycharul Islam, District Election Officer, Assistant Returning Officer and various law enforcement officers were present.
On November 15, the election commission announced the schedule of the 12th national parliament election. As per the schedule, polling will be held on November 7.
Meanwhile, BNP and their like-minded political parties are not participating in this election. Among the 44 registered political parties of the country, a total of 29 parties, including the Awami League-National Party, are participating in this election.