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No chance of shifting from current election process: Quader
Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Saturday said there is no chance to shift from the ongoing process of holding next general election by the end of this year.
Referring to a demand of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party that they might contest the upcoming national polls if the government shifts from the ongoing present electoral system, Quader, also the road transport and bridges minster, said that there is no scope to shift from the electoral process.
The next general election will be held as per constitutional provision under the government, Quader added.
He was addressing at a discussion at National Museum auditorium titled ‘Resist militancy and distorted publicity’ organised by the publicity and publication sub-committee of Awami League.
Chaired by the secretary of the committee Hasan Mahmud, central leaders of the party Shamsunnahar Champa, CEO of 71 TV Mozammel Babu and AL central leaders Aminul Islam and Marufa Akter Poppy spoke at the programme.