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DHAKA: Awami League Joint General Secretary Abdur Rahman yesterday said BNP and Oikyafront leaders continue making different fabricated and irrelevant allegations to put psychological pressure on the Election Commission.
“BNP-Jamaat and Oikyafront leaders are out to make the election and the Election Commission questionable. They are hatching conspiracies to foil the election by making fabricated and irrelevant allegations,” he told a press conference at the party president’s Dhanmondi political office here.
Abdur Rahman said: “We are noticing that BNP-Jamaat and Oikyafront candidates are spreading different propaganda across the country under an orchestrated plan. They are targeting to foil the election raising fake and unrealistic allegations.”
The AL leader said the electoral environment got hampered due to behaviors of BNP leaders in the last several days.
“BNP and Oikyafront leaders are baselessly spreading hatred against the impartial employees of the republic. They are out to create panic among people,” he said.
Rahman said BNP-Jamaat and Oikyafront leaders and workers carried out attack on election campaign of AL in Munshiganj, Sylhet, Tangail, Paikgachha of Khulna and Dhaka-15 constituency.
They became aggressive after BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir gave directives of keeping watch on poling centres, he said.
The AL leader said BNP has sponsored for printing fake ballot papers to make the election questionable.
Fake ballot papers were recovered from BNP-Jamaat leaders and workers in Cox’s Bazar, he said.
AL Joint General Secretary Advocate Jahangir Kabir Nanak, Science and Technology Affairs Secretary Engineer Abdus Sabur, Education and Human Resource Affairs Secretary Shamsunnahar Chapa, Deputy Office Secretary Barrister Biplab Barua and Central Working Committee members Marufa Akhter Poppy and Advocate Riazul Kabir Kawser were in the press conference, among others.