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Govt trying to destroy election process, claims Tofail
1/9/2006
 

          BHOLA, Jan 8 (UNB): Awami League (AL) presidium member Tofail Ahmed Sunday alleged the alliance government is trying to destroy the election process through politicisation of the election commission.
"Government has appointed BNP men to all the administrative posts, including those at the Election Commission, as part of its evil design to foil the electionů it is making a plea of preparing correct voter list to deny an opposition victory in the next elections," he said at the conference of sadar upazila AL.
The conference was presided over by sadar upazila AL President Hamidul Huq Bahalul.
Tofail accused the Prime Minister of creating the militant outfit Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), causing an anarchic situation in the country.
"The BNP-Jamaat coalition government has destroyed the country. So, it has to be removed from power," he said, urging the people to get united for transforming the country into 'Sonar Bangla' as dreamt by Bangabandhu.

 

 
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