BNP will outline the Eleventh National election to be held under any government. Awami League wants to know what the outline will be, or what the outline will be. Although the BNP-led government seems to have not yet been formed during the announcement of the election-time government’s manifesto. They will outline the ‘fit’ timeline. Since the 10th National Election on January 5, 2014, BNP has been demanding for holding the Eleventh National Parliament election under the neutral and non-partisan government. Party Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir and Chairperson Khaleda Zia also said that the party will explain the process of forming a subsidiary government. During the declaration of ‘Vision 2030’ in November 2016, Khaleda Zia has said that she will formulate an election-time government formulation. Awami League general secretary and road transport and electricity minister Obaidul Quader asked BNP to know about the timeline of election schedule. In a function on January 15, he said that the BNP did not say anything about any form of election-time government. The Awami League hoped that the BNP would outline the government at least, it was hoped by Awami League. Actually the BNP wants the support, or the election-time government wants? He asked, “Today the nation wants to know, what is the BNP wants? Caretaker, helpful or election-time government? Do not confuse the people repeatedly without specifying. There is no sign of transparent outlook. “There is a possibility of holding parliamentary elections in December this year. Before that, the election process will begin on October 30. The last session of the government will be held before October 30. After that the session will not sit. The main point of the BNP’s neutral government is to break the parliament. And the Prime Minister of that government will not be able to stay. If the BNP’s demands are to be accepted, the constitution will be amended. And to do that, we have to do before October 30 this year. That is, the BNP has 9 months to maintain the outline. BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir says his party will outline ‘time’ In view of Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader’s comments, BNP Standing Committee member Amir Khasru Mahmud Chowdhury said in the first light that the general secretary of Awami League understands so much, but does not understand what will happen during the election-time government? Responding to the query, Amir Khasru Mahmud Chowdhury said, BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia said about the formation of the election-time government. The BNP thinks it is not time to announce the outline. At the time, the outline of the election-time government will be announced. Earlier, BNP leaders had said that the BNP has prepared a draft by analyzing the election methods of different countries regarding the election-time government or the government. During the draft elections, it has been said that the defense, home, public administration and finance ministry will be taken under the Election Commission. If the EC can replace, remove or recruit the election-related officials, BNP will talk about the issues under the EC. In addition, there are issues related to the deployment of soldiers across the country, including judicial powers for a free, fair and neutral election. BNP standing committee member Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain told the first light that the BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia has long ago said that she will outline the election-time government. The outline will be given at the appropriate time. The outline is a matter of strategy. Responding to a question, he said, “During our announcement of Khaleda Zia Vision 2030, what will be the Election Commission – at the same time, the outcome of the election-time government is talking about the outline. It’s a matter of strategy. The outline will be announced at the appropriate time. “The Awami League central leaders also commented on different aspects of the BNP framework. Awami League leaders believe that there is no organizational ability to do BNP’s movement. Apart from this, the BNP will come to the polls under the present government, BNP is saying these things to dispute the government to the people. The present government will assist the Election Commission during the elections and will not make any big decision. They think that there is no need for a subsidiary government for this. The BNP central leaders are unanimous about the comments of Awami League leaders about the election-time government. They say that the government failed to show its neutral position in the local government and national elections held during the two governments of the present government. Apart from this, the current Election Commission is also acting as an ‘informant’ of the government. In this situation, BNP leaders are watching the alternative of the neutral and non-partisan supporters in the upcoming election.