Why we think much politics and elections?
Golam Maula Rony, Former MP Ours is a electionholic country, people widely wants to take part in elections. This is due to the state’s multidimensional power. Many wants to participate in the state activities. Regardless of their affiliation, many are in as MP candidates. Whichever post they stand for, has to be achieved through elections. Millions of people are involved to seamlessly circulate the state’s processes. Candidates from the government faction get more priorities in these state posts. For this reason, This led BNP not to take participation in the elections banning the party leaders and activists from getting the scope to participate.
The national polls are awaited this year. I don’t know what BNP would do however, medium to small political parties are sure to participate. There are only two oppositions in the election field now, BNP and Jamaat. It is still unclear whether they would participate in the elections. I reckon Jamaat will go join the polls even if BNP forfeits. But my sixth sense is sensing BNP will volunteer their participation as well because they have no other choice to make.
We do a lot of thinking for the politics and election because we love democracy. We embody the politics. Through debates, we seek out the seed of correctness, progress and any crisis-related solutions. We look forward to a crisis less and developed democratic nation.
Translated by Sofian Khan.