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 Sujon, a citizen for good governance, has launched a campaign to collect signatures in support of the demand for the formation of a Supreme Judicial Council to probe allegations of corruption and serious misconduct against the Election Commission, reports Prothom Alo.The program was inaugurated at an online event yesterday.
 On December 14, 42 prominent citizens of the country wrote nine specific allegations against the Election Commission and wrote to the President demanding the formation of a Supreme Judicial Council to investigate them. On January 17 this year, they sent another letter to the President in the second phase.
But so far they have not received any reply from the President. That is why this program has been taken up.
Sujon’s editor Badiul Alam Majumder said the program would continue for the next one month. The signature will be delivered to the President later, so that he realizes that not only 42 people, but many citizens of the country are concerned about this issue, reports AmaderShomoy.
 He said that any citizen can support their demand by visiting Sujan’s website, reports Naya Diganta.
 Sujon said, “The Election Commission has manipulated the elections in the past as well. There are allegations of serious corruption against this Election Commission. There needs to be at least one investigation. That is why we wrote two letters to the President on behalf of 42 citizens. The issue should not just be brought to the fore, our citizens need to be vocal. We are giving the opportunity to the citizens to play an active role through the mass signature campaign.” Reports NTV.