In the Eleventh National election, a small team of armed forces will work with the police. The Chief of the Elections, KM Nurul Huda, said the army will be on the field since December 15 to keep the law and order situation under control. He said this at a special meeting with law enforcers in Agargaon’s election building on Thursday.
During the police administration, the CEC said, “There are small teams of armed forces in every district of the country. Work with them in coordination with them. Illegal arms rescue operations must be strengthened around the voting. Minorities must be ensured and women voters should make sure to go to polling centers. He insisted on ensuring safety of voting officers and election materials. ”
We know that people of this class create different types of sabotage in response to voting in the country. The chief election commissioner also asked to stay alert about communal harmony and no attacks on minority communities.
At the same time, a meeting was organized in the election building auditorium. This special meeting began in the chair at the meeting with the CEC at 11pm on Thursday.
The meeting was also attended by the Chief Election Commissioner, the other four commissioners and EC secretaries and IG of police, public safety secretary, all metropolitan police commissioner, deputy superintendent inspector and police super (SP).
Accordingly, according to the schedule announced on December 30, the eleventh parliamentary elections will be held. The final day of submission of nomination papers is fixed on 28 November, 2 December and the last date for withdrawal of nomination papers is fixed on 9 December.