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Published: 2018-12-21 13:33:30 | Updated: 2018-12-21 13:33:30

'Reduce the speed of the internet will make the election controversial'

Mohiuddin Ahmed, president of Bangladesh Mobile Consumers Association, said the decision to reduce the speed of the internet will make the election controversial. In a statement sent to the media on Wednesday, he told these words. He said in the statement that the present government has announced the promise of Digital Bangladesh and will take the country towards the path of prosperity. In the meantime, Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has pledged the party's election manifesto on Tuesday, regarding the reduction of internet and voice calls with 5G calls to bring it down to a tolerable level. On the other hand, the BNP pledged to announce the electoral manifesto about speeding up the Internet and reducing the price. Mohiuddin Ahmed said that the decision of the Election Commission came to the notice of the decision to reduce the speed of the internet till 5pm on election day. We are strongly opposed. He also said, where all the information and news is available in the house today. In this eleventh national election, the eyes of the whole world will be on Bangladesh. Already many countries have already announced that they are not coming directly to the polls. They are keeping tabs on everything through technology. If internet speed is reduced, then the world will fail to gather information and information about the elections in the immediate future.

'Reduce the speed of the internet will make the election controversial'

Mohiuddin Ahmed, president of Bangladesh Mobile Consumers Association, said the decision to reduce the speed of the internet will make the election controversial. In a statement sent to the media on Wednesday, he told these words. He said in the statement that the present government has announced the promise of Digital Bangladesh and will take the country towards the path of prosperity. In the meantime, Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has pledged the party's election manifesto on Tuesday, regarding the reduction of internet and voice calls with 5G calls to bring it down to a tolerable level. On the other hand, the BNP pledged to announce the electoral manifesto about speeding up the Internet and reducing the price. Mohiuddin Ahmed said that the decision of the Election Commission came to the notice of the decision to reduce the speed of the internet till 5pm on election day. We are strongly opposed. He also said, where all the information and news is available in the house today. In this eleventh national election, the eyes of the whole world will be on Bangladesh. Already many countries have already announced that they are not coming directly to the polls. They are keeping tabs on everything through technology. If internet speed is reduced, then the world will fail to gather information and information about the elections in the immediate future.
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