As the country developed, people also lost interest in voting: EC Secretary


Citizens are reluctant to vote. Perhaps with the development of the country, people have lost interest in voting, said the senior secretary of the Election Commission (EC). Alamgir.

He said these things while talking to reporters about Chittagong City Corporation election on Wednesday.

The EC secretary said that the election was good. The election was held naturally. But there is chaos in two centres, both of them are suspended.

The Election Commission will take action if complaints are received. But there has been less violence in this election than before.

Voter turnout is also low. He said, some centers are believed to have received 50 to 80 percent votes. However, 5% of votes can be read in any centre.

About BNP complaints. Alamgir said that there is no concrete evidence of BNP's complaint. Complaints with proper evidence will be considered, preferably with video.

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