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The United States wants to see a fair and impartial election in Bangladesh without violence

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US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said the United States wants to see a fair and impartial election in Bangladesh without violence. He said this at the regular press briefing on Thursday local time.

In the briefing, one of the journalists wanted to know – in order to vandalize the elections to be held in Bangladesh, vandalism is taking place such as setting passenger bus-trucks on fire, witnessing bus helpers being burnt alive, uprooting railway lines and throwing petrol bombs in train compartments. Does the US consider such action to undermine the free and fair election process in Bangladesh?

In response, Miller said, we want to see free and fair elections in Bangladesh. One of the elements or conditions of a free and fair election is that the election should be held without violence.

Earlier, the US State Department has expressed concern about the fake news (deep fake news) related to the election in Bangladesh. Matthew Miller, spokesman for the US State Department, expressed such concerns on Wednesday local time. On that day, when asked whether there is any news of imposing new sanctions against Bangladesh, Miller said that he has no news of any new sanctions.



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