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Published: 2018-12-26 12:26:56 | Updated: 2018-12-26 12:26:56

Ghost Message in votes air

The National Eleventh Sangsad is facing a scarcity of votes due to the dawn of the election, spreading the horrific winds of the voting, which has made the entire voter extremely worried. The voters fear that the political parties in the election field will have a fairly good vote while controlling conflict and violence. The concern of the general public has increased tremendously due to the allegation against Awami League-BNP that have printed false ballot papers. Generally speaking, when Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is concerned about printing a fake ballot paper herself, there will be a general public suffocation on the issue of fair voting - that is normal. That is normal. On the other hand, in this regard, he urged the law enforcers to find out the press ballot papers printed by the leaders of the party without strict instructions on the law enforcing agencies, making the air conditioners vulnerable to the voters. Along with this, it has questioned the attitudes of the law enforcement agencies and intelligence agencies. Conscious voters feel that the Prime Minister has obtained information on printing false ballot papers of the BNP alliance in a form that is undoubted. That is why he told the people to find it out. But the law enforcement agencies or any intelligence agency including the RAB-Police have not yet found any clue of this. In this situation, it is natural to suspect the security of the voters will be able to ensure their safety. Meanwhile, the general public fears that the main opposition BNP will be preparing for the guard at the polling station and the Awami League's polling station will be witnessing large-scale violence across the country on the day of voting. Political observers believe that the ruling and opponents of the opponent have decided to prepare for the preparation, as there is an indication of bloodshed conflict, and the administration's neutrality and intimacy have also been questioned. Political analysts believe that if the administration is able to perform the duties properly, there will be no question of protecting or protecting the polling booth. On the other hand, inter-governmental groups and human rights organizations have also been able to assess their ambiguity, they have come as a panic storm for ordinary voters. In particular, New York Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch (HRDBO) recently published a report titled 'Creative Panic: Bangladesh Election Crokedown on Political Approvents and Critics', which has caused fear of mercury in public. It has been said that 'oppressive environment' prevailed before the country's election. Such situations will put the question of acceptability of the selective process in question. It has also been said in the report that there is a wide spectrum of surveillance, free obstruction in the way of opinion. This resulted in a kind of fear of being created. Violent attacks on supporters of all political parties are underway. The government is relieved to work neutrally in these cases. HRDO says, "This is the evidence that the police and the election commission are not doing the right thing," the report said, citing the editor of a newspaper, "This is a scary culture, Fearsome environment. "With the coming of Bangladesh in the coming elections, the people of the United Nations can be touted as minorities, especially Hindus Experts fear that the child's Affairs, which has concerned the class voters. In their statement, it has also been said that the rise of electoral aggression and the rise of extremist violence and election-related restrictions on freedom of expression - all of which have created a panic in Bangladesh. Special reporter said, "Security guards are protesting and threatening opposition leaders and different opinion makers. Members of opposition parties and associates were arrested. Has been killed. Has been forgotten. Reporters have been published that the ruling party affiliates are involved in such incidents. "The minority community voters are more than 12 percent, the parliamentary seats in the country, 61 out of 96 seats have been identified as risky," said Ghatak Dalal Nimural Committee. In the previous Parliamentary elections, this list has been taken into consideration of the incidents of violence and minority incidents in different areas. However, the election-related violence of 1996, 2001 and 2014 has been given prominence. The air strikes the minority groups fearing that the air strikes have made the minority class afraid. Dhaka University teacher Prof. ABM Obaidul Islam told Jaiyyyadin, "People think that the Prime Minister has a minimal basis for what he says. But the BNP has been passing a few days after the Prime Minister said that the ballot is being printed. We have not seen any such kind of thing yet. It is not expected that a person in charge of the Prime Minister will confuse the people with false information. Since the Prime Minister's statement, since the detective agency and the security forces could not find any such information, the BNP complained that the government party can do such work can not be blamed for the reality. Because the way oppositionists are being attacked by the attacks, it is certain that whatever the ruling of the people, the current government will again

Ghost Message in votes air

The National Eleventh Sangsad is facing a scarcity of votes due to the dawn of the election, spreading the horrific winds of the voting, which has made the entire voter extremely worried. The voters fear that the political parties in the election field will have a fairly good vote while controlling conflict and violence. The concern of the general public has increased tremendously due to the allegation against Awami League-BNP that have printed false ballot papers. Generally speaking, when Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is concerned about printing a fake ballot paper herself, there will be a general public suffocation on the issue of fair voting - that is normal. That is normal. On the other hand, in this regard, he urged the law enforcers to find out the press ballot papers printed by the leaders of the party without strict instructions on the law enforcing agencies, making the air conditioners vulnerable to the voters. Along with this, it has questioned the attitudes of the law enforcement agencies and intelligence agencies. Conscious voters feel that the Prime Minister has obtained information on printing false ballot papers of the BNP alliance in a form that is undoubted. That is why he told the people to find it out. But the law enforcement agencies or any intelligence agency including the RAB-Police have not yet found any clue of this. In this situation, it is natural to suspect the security of the voters will be able to ensure their safety. Meanwhile, the general public fears that the main opposition BNP will be preparing for the guard at the polling station and the Awami League's polling station will be witnessing large-scale violence across the country on the day of voting. Political observers believe that the ruling and opponents of the opponent have decided to prepare for the preparation, as there is an indication of bloodshed conflict, and the administration's neutrality and intimacy have also been questioned. Political analysts believe that if the administration is able to perform the duties properly, there will be no question of protecting or protecting the polling booth. On the other hand, inter-governmental groups and human rights organizations have also been able to assess their ambiguity, they have come as a panic storm for ordinary voters. In particular, New York Human Rights Watch Human Rights Watch (HRDBO) recently published a report titled 'Creative Panic: Bangladesh Election Crokedown on Political Approvents and Critics', which has caused fear of mercury in public. It has been said that 'oppressive environment' prevailed before the country's election. Such situations will put the question of acceptability of the selective process in question. It has also been said in the report that there is a wide spectrum of surveillance, free obstruction in the way of opinion. This resulted in a kind of fear of being created. Violent attacks on supporters of all political parties are underway. The government is relieved to work neutrally in these cases. HRDO says, "This is the evidence that the police and the election commission are not doing the right thing," the report said, citing the editor of a newspaper, "This is a scary culture, Fearsome environment. "With the coming of Bangladesh in the coming elections, the people of the United Nations can be touted as minorities, especially Hindus Experts fear that the child's Affairs, which has concerned the class voters. In their statement, it has also been said that the rise of electoral aggression and the rise of extremist violence and election-related restrictions on freedom of expression - all of which have created a panic in Bangladesh. Special reporter said, "Security guards are protesting and threatening opposition leaders and different opinion makers. Members of opposition parties and associates were arrested. Has been killed. Has been forgotten. Reporters have been published that the ruling party affiliates are involved in such incidents. "The minority community voters are more than 12 percent, the parliamentary seats in the country, 61 out of 96 seats have been identified as risky," said Ghatak Dalal Nimural Committee. In the previous Parliamentary elections, this list has been taken into consideration of the incidents of violence and minority incidents in different areas. However, the election-related violence of 1996, 2001 and 2014 has been given prominence. The air strikes the minority groups fearing that the air strikes have made the minority class afraid. Dhaka University teacher Prof. ABM Obaidul Islam told Jaiyyyadin, "People think that the Prime Minister has a minimal basis for what he says. But the BNP has been passing a few days after the Prime Minister said that the ballot is being printed. We have not seen any such kind of thing yet. It is not expected that a person in charge of the Prime Minister will confuse the people with false information. Since the Prime Minister's statement, since the detective agency and the security forces could not find any such information, the BNP complained that the government party can do such work can not be blamed for the reality. Because the way oppositionists are being attacked by the attacks, it is certain that whatever the ruling of the people, the current government will again
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