Canada Global(Web News)General elections in Bangladesh will be held on Sunday, in which once again former Prime Minister Hasina Wajid is likely to get majority.
According to foreign media, the Bangladesh National Party and other opposition parties have boycotted the general elections in Bangladesh on Sunday.
Media reports have stated that the election without opposition has paved the way for Sheikh Hasina Wajid to be elected Prime Minister for the fifth time.
On the other hand, 2 days before the election, 5 people died in a fire in a passenger train, while many coaches were burnt.
The police blamed the opposition for the incident, but the opposition rejected all the allegations.
According to media reports, the army has been deployed across Bangladesh to maintain law and order.
The opposition is demanding a neutral caretaker government and the resignation of Sheikh Hasina Wajid. So far, 11,000 people have been arrested, including the central leadership of the Bangladesh National Party, while thousands are in hiding.
On the other hand, the international community has expressed concern over the holding of controversial elections in the country.