Razequzzaman Ratan, Central Committee Member, Bangladesher Samajtantrik Dal
Razequzzaman Ratan, Central Committee Member, Bangladesher Samajtantrik Dal : The people will judge those before letting some rule the country for a 5-year term. Think of it this way, we check a lot before we go for our groceries. So when it comes to the matter of handing over the ruling power of the country, don’t we deserve the minimum environment to scrutinize them?
Many of those who won the last national elections, suddenly became ‘fish traders’ from being ‘fishmongers.’ What was the source of the income they showed in their affidavit? Being a fish trader has its privileges. No one will ever question about the amount of the fish. The more fish you show, the more wealth you can show. What are the many ways to grow so much wealth in a country like Bangladesh?There are some people who were able to increase their wealth by over 2,000%. Do you get to have your own magic lamp of Aladdin by winning the polls? Most countrymen lose their trusts and hopes seeing the people they selected, are developing themselves instead of the country. We on behalf of Bangladesher Samajtantrik Dal offered three suggestions. The first one is a proportionate representative polls. This is a result of less conflict regarding area sharing. Secondly, the security money for the election will be reduced by the money so there can be participators from the masses. The Election Commission must have the power to cancel the nomination if someone fails to prove the asset mentioned in the affidavit. The polls time expenditure has to be kept within a limited radius. Thus, the country will run according to the laws and policies.