Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen has commented that there is no pressure from the government regarding the elections. He said this while talking to journalists during the election campaign in Sylhet city on Saturday morning.
At this time, the foreign minister carried out public relations and election campaign in Sobhanighat, Kacha Bazar, suburban areas of the city. This time, the foreign minister is contesting as a candidate for boat from the Sylhet-1 seat in the 12th national parliament elections.
Abdul Momen said, ‘There is no opportunity to look down on any candidate. There is no pressure from the government around the elections. However, Trinamool leaders and activists are working to increase voter turnout at the centre.
At this time, the foreign minister expressed hope that Awami League nominated candidates will win in all the seats in Sylhet. But no election is easy, all seats will be contested. People will go to vote in a festive atmosphere.
On November 15, the election commission announced the schedule of the 12th national parliament election. As per the schedule, the vote will be held on January 7 next year. This time 34 candidates are fighting in 6 seats of Sylhet.