Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen said that the United States does not want a caretaker government, they want fair and impartial elections according to the existing laws of the country.
He said this at the end of the financial donation ceremony in Sylhet on Friday afternoon.
The foreign minister said, ‘The United States wants to be a partner in the development of Bangladesh. So they have a special eye on us. We have become an ideal country. They want our elections to be fair and impartial.
He further said, ‘They don’t want caretaker government. The law we have in our country requires elections. And we told them what we have done for transparent elections. They are happy to hear that we have prepared the voter list with pictures, made transparent ballot boxes, formed a strong election commission.
At this time, Dr. regarding the digital security law. Momen said, ‘In some cases it was not used properly It will be rectified where it has been interrupted. America is satisfied with that. They did not ask to change this law. America said that the law should not be misused.
Earlier, AK Abdul Momen told reporters after the Mangal Sobhayatra organized by the Sylhet district administration, ‘A strong election commission has been formed. All responsibility is theirs. The government will only support them. However, everything is not possible for the Election Commission alone. The Election Commission should cooperate with all political parties, supporters and voters. Free and fair elections will be held if everyone is sincere.’