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"The Election Commission (EC) is considering deploying the Army to an Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) in the upcoming elections."
Electoral Commission Secretary Helaluddin Ahmed told reporters at the Agargaon Election Office in the capital that the armed forces would be deployed in the centers where EVM would be used in the elections. However, this decision has not yet been decided. We'll be looking for armed forces. Previously, EVM management training will also be provided.
The secretary said the EVM will be held on November 12 at the Bangaband International Conference Center at the national level at EVM. The European Commission invited political parties to the conference. If they want to follow EVMs with their technical team, they can.
In response to a question asked by the Secretary-General of Awami's Obaidul Quadra, the increase in time, he said that according to the order of the representative of the people of the party, all information must be provided to the European Commission by November 11th. If you do not provide all the information in this regard, you must select their symbol. We have not yet received any request for extending the time. The Electoral Commission may increase the time if you want.
Helaluddin Ahmad said returnees would get training from next Tuesday. After three days, the commission will co-operate with returnee colleagues.
About the BNP request for the vote date, she said, the Election Commission gave a schedule. There is no point behind the voting date. But if all parties want the Election Commission to decide.
Given the status of law and order, the secretary said that any returnee and force-related lawmakers say they will take measures in that respect. For seven days, removal of all promotional materials was requested
Ittefaq / Kake