‘BNP wants to debate EVM’ , said Education Minister at Chandpur. Regarding the election of Highmchar Upazila Parishad in Chandpur, Education Minister Dr. Dipu Moni said, “About 40 percent of the votes have been cast in remote areas. The common people came to the polling booth and voted with enthusiasm. But the BNP wants to debate EVMs too.
He said this while replying to reporters’ questions at the Chandpur Circuit House on Friday, January 17th.
Dipu Moni said BNP has always been trying to make the election controversial. They know that they have now become a group of people. The elections in which they win are also contested until the result is declared. Today, the BNP has worked to destroy the country. BNP never wants Bangladesh to move forward.
BNP also came to the Dhaka City Corporation elections saying, “They are voting to prove that the elections are not going well.” That means they want to make the election controversial. ”
Deputy Commissioner of Chandpur (acting) Abdullah Al Mahmud Zaman, Superintendent of Police Mahbubur Rahman and various leaders were present on the occasion. Later, she participated in various programmes in the north of the country.
Staff Correspondent,january 17,2020