Chief Election Commissioner Kazi Habibul Awal said at the opening ceremony of the election related workshop in Cox’s Bazar that the main task of the Election Commission is to enable the voters to exercise their right to vote. It is not the commission’s business to see who the voters are and which party they have voted for. If the voters cannot vote, if they are prevented from voting, if their rights are curtailed at the polling station, then we have to take responsibility for the failure with all concerned. Last Saturday (March 11) in an elite hotel in Cox’s Bazar, ‘Using modern technology in electoral system, challenges and ways forward’. He said this in the speech of the chief guest at the opening ceremony of the day-long workshop. The workshop was held under the initiative of Chittagong Regional Election Office under the capacity building and strengthening project of the Election Commission Secretariat. In the speech of the chief guest, Kazi Habibul Awal said that no complaint has been received based on the information regarding the number of votes cast in the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM). EVMs are capable of voting in 50 to 80 constituencies in the upcoming parliamentary elections. The Election Commission has always been in favor of EVMs. Working on modern technology innovation in future elections. Divisional Commissioner Dr. Election Commissioner Retired Brigadier General Md Ahsan Habib Khan, Additional Secretary Election Commission Secretariat Ashok Kumar Debnath, Project Director Brigadier General Abul Hasnat Mohammad Sayem, Chittagong Range Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG ) Md. Anwar Hossain, Deputy Commissioner of Cox’s Bazar Muhammad Shaheen Imran and District Police Superintendent Md. Mahfuzul Islam etc. Election Commission officials, senior administration officials, police, civil society representatives, new voters, public representatives and freedom fighters participated in the workshop.