A recently concluded election that has been marred by wide spread violence and boycotted by the main opposition party has paved the way for a government which has just taken the oath .Though it has been dubbed as a government of national consensus the common notion is that the country has ventured into a unknown territory -a political scenario where the main political party is no longer a part of. The close link with the denounced Jamat – islami has been often touted as the root cause of the downfall of the opposition party which has enjoyed popularity as recently as last April after winning couple of local elections. Even some of its core supporters remain disdainful and express dismay over its close tie-up with an Islamic party that is very commonly blamed for the genocide that occurred during the independence war. It is very unlikely that it can very well bear the brunt of an Islamic party for a longer period of time which has been declared illegal and mostly rejected by the peace loving people of Bangladesh. Now if the ruling party Al is well equipped to take this developing country moving forward and usher a new political stability and economic prosperity in this country,we all have to wait and see.