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Saturday, May 20, 2017

[mukto-mona] Re: Election Campaign.

I tried to get out of the nonsense that comes to me from this group. And I subscribe 100 per cent to Helali's views of a few days ago. Since I receive all the nonsense, I feel I should ask a question here. Bangladesh fought the liberation war to establish a democratic country where people would elect their government. We now have a government voted by less than 10 per cent of the people and a parliament where 154 members do not have a single vote to show . Members here should ask themselves are they ashamed of having such a government? Is this compatible with the spirit of 1971? Finally do they support a government to come again like the one in 2014?

The issue is no longer of Awami League or BNP but of us the people. If we owe anything you our matyrs , we should come together and demand and fight for a free and fair election

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On May 20, 2017, at 11:49, RANU CHOWDHURY <> wrote:

A Question. Election manifesto has not been declared yet. But the Prime Minister and AL ministers are campaigning all over the country seeking vote for "Boat." To the contrary, BNP and other opposition parties are not allowed to hold any public meeting or rally in the country.

How the  Election Commission allow this? Is that it's neutrality?


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