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Hanif Bangladeshi marches to Cox’s Bazar with ballot box on his head to demand right to vote

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Update: Monday, October 25, 2021

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Hanif Bangladeshi marches to Cox’s Bazar with ballot box on his head to demand right to vote

To ensure the right of citizens to exercise their right to vote in a peaceful environment by enacting legislation to form a strong neutral Election Commission with symbolic ballot boxes on their heads to encircle 64 districts by handing over affidavits to His Excellency the President and symbolic referendum for voting rights and effective democracy. Hanif Bangladeshi has collected public opinion by going around the press club and district town with his autograph in the office of the deputy commissioner. At that time, almost everyone expressed solidarity with his demand.

Regarding the program, Hanif Bangladeshi said, “The constitution of the country achieved through the war of liberation says that the people own the state. The first condition for establishing people’s ownership over the state is the right to vote. The party that has been in power for more than 50 years of independence has obstructed democracy with more or less suffrage. Today’s identity has not been created in a single day. The passage of this horrible condition is not possible in one day. There will be competition in politics, but the politics of Bangladesh is full of vengeance, the culture of mistrust is running, and the officials in charge of the administration are loyal to one party or the other. This distrust and crisis of confidence has led to the formation of an unelected caretaker government several times, and the High Court has overturned that system of caretaker government. In a democracy, the system of unelected caretaker government cannot last long. Because it is a great shame for unelected caretaker politicians. ”

He said, “Politicians have failed to create human values ​​in the country. Politicians are responsible for the crisis of confidence in politics. Now the administration has to play a neutral role in creating an environment for people’s right to vote and free voting and to form a strong impartial election commission. If the officials at all levels of the commission play a neutral role, the people will be interested in exercising their right to vote, and we will move forward in building an effective democratic country and be able to stand tall in the world as a self-respecting country. ”