Bangladesh Caretaker government has been in power three months. The interim government has said it will not hold new elections until it cleans up widespread corruption in Bangladesh's political system. More than 100 top politicians have been arrested on corruption charges. The military-backed government cancelled elections planned for January 22nd and declared a state of emergency after opposition parties, accusing the government of bias, organized a series of nationwide protests.
Journalist Nurul Kabir of New Age in an interview with Voice of America assess the past three months during the rule of the caretaker government.