Sheikh Hasina , the former Prime Minister and the Leader of the opposition in Bangladesh has urged upon the government to accept the oppositions’ demand for reforming the Care taker government and the Election Commission in Bangladesh.The Awami League chief said the reform proposals were made not to hinder the election process as described by the ruling party, "but to protect the planned vote rigging" by the BNP-led alliance government. "We had introduced the system of caretaker government to ensure people's right to vote…reforms are now needed to avoid politicization of the caretaker government," she said. Hasina urged all to come forward to implement the "uniform reform proposals to save the country from the misrule of the coalition government." Hasina is going to the United States for treatment of her ear that was seriously injured during grenade attacks on an Awami League rally on August 21 last year. She is likely to return home on July 30.