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Hasina, Modi open Indo-Bangla oil pipeline project

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday said she looks forward to continued support from India for the development of Bangladesh.

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Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on Tuesday joined a videoconference to inaugurate the construction of 130-km Bangladesh-India Friendship Pipeline between Siliguri in West Bengal and Parbatipur in Dinajpur and the third and fourth dual gauge rail lines of Dhaka-Tongi and Tongi-Joydevpur sections of Bangladesh Railway.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on this occasion said she looks forward to continued support from India for the development of Bangladesh. “I look forward to continued support from the government of India in our development pursuit.
I’m quite sure we’ll get such many happy events in the days ahead for the welfare of our people,” she said. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Indian Prime Minister NarendraModi were jointly inaugurating the construction of 130-km Bangladesh-India Friendship Pipeline between Siliguri in West Bengal and Parbatipur in Dinajpur. They opened the work on the oil pipeline through videoconferencing. Sheikh Hasina attended the videoconference from her official residence Ganobhaban while Narendra Modi from his office in New Delhi. The two leaders also inaugurated the construction of the third and fourth dual gauge rail lines of Dhaka-Tongi and Tongi-Joydevpur sections of Bangladesh Railway. Hasina said the economic development is the biggest challenge for South Asian countries. “The prospects for economic development will substantially be enhanced through undertaking bilateral projects like this,” she said.
She mentioned that the bilateral cooperation between Bangladesh and India has reached a new height over the past few years. “We’re working and will work collectively for the development and prosperity for the people of both countries in the new areas, including energy, power, road and rail communications,” she said.
The Prime Minister said the people of Bangladesh and India have always been good neighbours.
She recalled the cooperation of the government of India and its people during the War of Liberation in 1971, led by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
Referring to her inauguration together with Modi of the supply of 500MW electricity and two railway projects on September 10 and today’s joint projects, the Prime Minister said, “This intermittent contact between us, I believe, will further cement the ties of cooperation between Bangladesh and India.”
Hasina mentioned that an excellent environment of bilateral cooperation prevails between the two neighbouring countries since she assumed office in 2009. “The mutual cooperation between the two countries enhanced many folds in the fields of security, power and energy, trade, communication, infrastructure development, environment, renewable energy, education, culture, people-to-people contact and health during the last nine and a half years,” she said.
Hasina said the train communication in the south-western region through Padma Bridge and in the northern region through Bangabandhu Jamuna Bridge, and on Chattogram-Sylhet routes from Dhaka will be easier and faster once the work on the 3rd and 4th Dual Gauge Line on Dhaka-Tongi section and Double Line on Dhaka-Joydevpur section is completed.
She also mentioned that a total of 96 kms of dual-gauge tracks along with other necessary infrastructures will be constructed under the project that stretches from Kamalapur to Joydevpur railway station.
About the pipeline, the Prime Minister said the 130-km India-Bangladesh Friendship Pipeline from Shiliguri to Parbatipur in Bangladesh is a new milestone in the history of cooperation between the two countries. “This will be the first such pipeline through which refined diesel will be supplied to Parbatipur depot from Numaligarh of Assam in India,” she said.
The Prime Minister mentioned that Bangladesh will initially receive 2.5 lakh tonnes of diesel per annum and it will gradually be increased to 4 lakh tonnes.
She also said the first consignment of diesel from India reached Bangladesh in March 2016 through rail wagons. Hasina expressed her gratitude to her Indian counterpart for his active role in implementing these projects. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the two countries implemented a number of projects within a short time which are the symbols of good relations between the two countries.
“We’re not only neighbours, we’re also a family. We always extend our hands in our happiness and sorrow. We’ve proved that we could solve problems if we wish,” he said.
Modi said these projects have initiated a new chapter in the bilateral relations between Bangladesh and India. “It’ll play a significant role in Bangladesh’s development as fuel oil could be supplied to the northern region at a low cost,” he said. About the railway projects, he said the schemes will not only help carry passengers, but also transport goods.
Highly appreciating Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s leadership, the Indian PM said these projects could not be implemented without her dynamic leadership. “These projects are very important for people-to-people contact between the two countries. I hope such cooperation between Bangladesh and India will continue,” he said.
During their speeches, the two Prime Ministers greeted each other on the occasion of their birthdays. The birthday of Modi was celebrated on September 17 while that of Sheikh Hasina will be celebrated on September 28.
Currently, imported oil is stored in Chattogram depot after unloading it from the ship at Chattogram Port. Later, the oil is brought to Khulna Doulatpur depot through coastal tanks and carried to Parbatipur again through rail wagons.
This requires additional time and money as well as transport. The pipeline will solve these problems. Through the cross-border pipeline, India will supply fuel oil from its Numaligarh Refinery Ltd (NRL), located at Golaghat in the northeastern state of Assam, while Bangladesh will receive the oil at Parbatipur depot of Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) in Dinajpur. India will supply 2.5 lakh tonnes of diesel in the first three years.
The import of fuel through the pipeline will be raised further as per the requirements of Bangladesh. The NRL will distribute diesel for 15 years through the pipeline and the time could be expanded following the consent of both sides. To implement the construction work on the two rail projects, over Tk 1,106 crore under Indian Line of Credit (LoC) would be spent.
Under the two projects, 48.80 kms of two new dual gauge rail lines would be constructed on Dhaka-Tongi route, while a 12.28-km new dual gauge railway double line on Tongi-Joydevpur route, in parallel with the existing rail tracks.
On completion of the schemes, rail communication of Gazipur, Tangail, Narsingdi, Brahmanbaria, Cumilla, Mymensingh and Jamalpur with Dhaka will improve. As a result, the travel time will be reduced on these routes, while trains can run maintaining schedule set by the railway authorities.
Bangladesh’s Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushama Swaraj and Indian Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Prodhan also spoke on the occasion.

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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday said she looks forward to continued support from India for the development of Bangladesh.

UNB

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and her Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on Tuesday joined a videoconference to inaugurate the construction of 130-km Bangladesh-India Friendship Pipeline between Siliguri in West Bengal and Parbatipur in Dinajpur and the third and fourth dual gauge rail lines of Dhaka-Tongi and Tongi-Joydevpur sections of Bangladesh Railway.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on this occasion said she looks forward to continued support from India for the development of Bangladesh. “I look forward to continued support from the government of India in our development pursuit.
I’m quite sure we’ll get such many happy events in the days ahead for the welfare of our people,” she said. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Indian Prime Minister NarendraModi were jointly inaugurating the construction of 130-km Bangladesh-India Friendship Pipeline between Siliguri in West Bengal and Parbatipur in Dinajpur. They opened the work on the oil pipeline through videoconferencing. Sheikh Hasina attended the videoconference from her official residence Ganobhaban while Narendra Modi from his office in New Delhi. The two leaders also inaugurated the construction of the third and fourth dual gauge rail lines of Dhaka-Tongi and Tongi-Joydevpur sections of Bangladesh Railway. Hasina said the economic development is the biggest challenge for South Asian countries. “The prospects for economic development will substantially be enhanced through undertaking bilateral projects like this,” she said.
She mentioned that the bilateral cooperation between Bangladesh and India has reached a new height over the past few years. “We’re working and will work collectively for the development and prosperity for the people of both countries in the new areas, including energy, power, road and rail communications,” she said.
The Prime Minister said the people of Bangladesh and India have always been good neighbours.
She recalled the cooperation of the government of India and its people during the War of Liberation in 1971, led by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
Referring to her inauguration together with Modi of the supply of 500MW electricity and two railway projects on September 10 and today’s joint projects, the Prime Minister said, “This intermittent contact between us, I believe, will further cement the ties of cooperation between Bangladesh and India.”
Hasina mentioned that an excellent environment of bilateral cooperation prevails between the two neighbouring countries since she assumed office in 2009. “The mutual cooperation between the two countries enhanced many folds in the fields of security, power and energy, trade, communication, infrastructure development, environment, renewable energy, education, culture, people-to-people contact and health during the last nine and a half years,” she said.
Hasina said the train communication in the south-western region through Padma Bridge and in the northern region through Bangabandhu Jamuna Bridge, and on Chattogram-Sylhet routes from Dhaka will be easier and faster once the work on the 3rd and 4th Dual Gauge Line on Dhaka-Tongi section and Double Line on Dhaka-Joydevpur section is completed.
She also mentioned that a total of 96 kms of dual-gauge tracks along with other necessary infrastructures will be constructed under the project that stretches from Kamalapur to Joydevpur railway station.
About the pipeline, the Prime Minister said the 130-km India-Bangladesh Friendship Pipeline from Shiliguri to Parbatipur in Bangladesh is a new milestone in the history of cooperation between the two countries. “This will be the first such pipeline through which refined diesel will be supplied to Parbatipur depot from Numaligarh of Assam in India,” she said.
The Prime Minister mentioned that Bangladesh will initially receive 2.5 lakh tonnes of diesel per annum and it will gradually be increased to 4 lakh tonnes.
She also said the first consignment of diesel from India reached Bangladesh in March 2016 through rail wagons. Hasina expressed her gratitude to her Indian counterpart for his active role in implementing these projects. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the two countries implemented a number of projects within a short time which are the symbols of good relations between the two countries.
“We’re not only neighbours, we’re also a family. We always extend our hands in our happiness and sorrow. We’ve proved that we could solve problems if we wish,” he said.
Modi said these projects have initiated a new chapter in the bilateral relations between Bangladesh and India. “It’ll play a significant role in Bangladesh’s development as fuel oil could be supplied to the northern region at a low cost,” he said. About the railway projects, he said the schemes will not only help carry passengers, but also transport goods.
Highly appreciating Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s leadership, the Indian PM said these projects could not be implemented without her dynamic leadership. “These projects are very important for people-to-people contact between the two countries. I hope such cooperation between Bangladesh and India will continue,” he said.
During their speeches, the two Prime Ministers greeted each other on the occasion of their birthdays. The birthday of Modi was celebrated on September 17 while that of Sheikh Hasina will be celebrated on September 28.
Currently, imported oil is stored in Chattogram depot after unloading it from the ship at Chattogram Port. Later, the oil is brought to Khulna Doulatpur depot through coastal tanks and carried to Parbatipur again through rail wagons.
This requires additional time and money as well as transport. The pipeline will solve these problems. Through the cross-border pipeline, India will supply fuel oil from its Numaligarh Refinery Ltd (NRL), located at Golaghat in the northeastern state of Assam, while Bangladesh will receive the oil at Parbatipur depot of Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) in Dinajpur. India will supply 2.5 lakh tonnes of diesel in the first three years.
The import of fuel through the pipeline will be raised further as per the requirements of Bangladesh. The NRL will distribute diesel for 15 years through the pipeline and the time could be expanded following the consent of both sides. To implement the construction work on the two rail projects, over Tk 1,106 crore under Indian Line of Credit (LoC) would be spent.
Under the two projects, 48.80 kms of two new dual gauge rail lines would be constructed on Dhaka-Tongi route, while a 12.28-km new dual gauge railway double line on Tongi-Joydevpur route, in parallel with the existing rail tracks.
On completion of the schemes, rail communication of Gazipur, Tangail, Narsingdi, Brahmanbaria, Cumilla, Mymensingh and Jamalpur with Dhaka will improve. As a result, the travel time will be reduced on these routes, while trains can run maintaining schedule set by the railway authorities.
Bangladesh’s Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali, Indian External Affairs Minister Sushama Swaraj and Indian Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Prodhan also spoke on the occasion.


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HC to hear Shahidul’s bail plea next week

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The High Court on Wednesday fixed next week to hear the bail plea of renowned photographer and Drik Gallery managing director Shahidul Alam in a case filed under the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Act.
Earlier a metropolitan court rejected his bail prayer as submitted on August 28.
On September 5, the HC directed the authorities concerned to provide first-class division to photographer Shahidulin in jail after hearing of a writ petition.
Detectives arrested ShahidulAlam from his Dhanmondi residence on August 5 and the case was filed against him with Ramna Police Station on August 6. He was also placed on a seven-day remand in the case.
Police claimed that he spread propaganda through his Facebook account during the student movement demanding safe roads which is harmful to the state.
On Wednesday, the HC bench of Justice Rezaul Haque and Justice Abu Taher Mohammad Saifur Rahman said the hearing on the bail plea will be included in the cause list of the upcoming week.
However, Shahidul’s lawyer Jyotirmoy Barua, who submitted the petition, said the HC is likely to hear the plea on Sunday.
This is Shahidul Alam’s second petition submitted before the High Court on Tuesday seeking bail in the case.
Earlier on Monday, the High Court ordered the lower court concerned to dispose off the bail petition filed by Shahidul Alam within Tuesday.
On September 4, one judge of a two-member High Court bench felt embarrassed to hear the bail petition.
Later, the Chief Justice formed another bench to hear the petition.

Division facilities in prison
The chamber judge of the Appellate Division on Monday upheld the High Court order asking the authorities concerned to provide first class division to photographer Shahidul Alam in jail, reports UNB.
Chamber judge justice Hasan Foez Siddique passed the order after hearing on a petition filed by the state seeking stay on the HC order.
On 5 September, the HC directed the authorities concerned to provide first division to Shahidul Alam.
Later, the government lawyer filed petition challenging High Court order.

Eminent citizens demand release
Meanwhile, country’s 53 eminent personalities on Tuesday demanded release of renowned photographer Shahidul Alam and ensuring rights of all the citizens, reports UNB.
They made the demand in a statement issued under the banner of ‘We are Bangladesh’s Common Citizens’.
Expressing their grave concern, the eminent citizens in the statement said, Shahidul remained imprisoned for over 40 days and he is being deprived of his legal citizen rights.
They said the criticism of the government is now considered to be sedition and the freedom of express and rights of the citizens are being suppressed using the state organisations illegally and misusing the section 57 of the ICT Act.
Mentioning that getting bail is a normal legal right of citizens, renowned personalities said Shahidul deserves this right as a citizen. “So, we demand his immediate and ensuring all citizens’ rights.
The signatories to the statement include emeritus professor Serajul Islam Choudhury, professor Ajoy Roy, professor Anu Muhammad, Sultana Kamal, Khushi Kabir, Shaheen Anam, professor Gitiara Nasreen and Robaet Ferdous.

Amnesty International concerned
Earlier, regretting a Dhaka court’s rejection of bail sought for renowned photographer Shahidul Alam, two global rights bodies urged the Bangladesh government to release him immediately and unconditionally.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, in separate statements on Tuesday, also accused the Bangladesh government of human rights violation.
Terming Shahidul as ‘prisoner of conscience’, Liondon-based Amnesty International’s South Asia campaigner said, “Beyond the injustice to Shahidul Alam himself, the case risks tarnishing Bangladesh’s reputation globally.”
The New York-based Human Rights Watch, also alleged that human rights have repeatedly been compromised during the decade of ruling Awami League’s tenure.
The HRW criticised enforced disappearances of opposition supporters, extrajudicial killings and muzzling of the media.
HRW also made a mention in the statement of the matter of imprisonment of opposition leader Khaleda Zia and road safety campaigner Mozammel Hoque Chowdhury.
HRW urged the international community to respond against what it called the ‘government’s flagrant abuses’ and raise a voice for release of Shahidul and others held in ‘politically motivated cases’.

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The High Court on Wednesday fixed next week to hear the bail plea of renowned photographer and Drik Gallery managing director Shahidul Alam in a case filed under the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Act.
Earlier a metropolitan court rejected his bail prayer as submitted on August 28.
On September 5, the HC directed the authorities concerned to provide first-class division to photographer Shahidulin in jail after hearing of a writ petition.
Detectives arrested ShahidulAlam from his Dhanmondi residence on August 5 and the case was filed against him with Ramna Police Station on August 6. He was also placed on a seven-day remand in the case.
Police claimed that he spread propaganda through his Facebook account during the student movement demanding safe roads which is harmful to the state.
On Wednesday, the HC bench of Justice Rezaul Haque and Justice Abu Taher Mohammad Saifur Rahman said the hearing on the bail plea will be included in the cause list of the upcoming week.
However, Shahidul’s lawyer Jyotirmoy Barua, who submitted the petition, said the HC is likely to hear the plea on Sunday.
This is Shahidul Alam’s second petition submitted before the High Court on Tuesday seeking bail in the case.
Earlier on Monday, the High Court ordered the lower court concerned to dispose off the bail petition filed by Shahidul Alam within Tuesday.
On September 4, one judge of a two-member High Court bench felt embarrassed to hear the bail petition.
Later, the Chief Justice formed another bench to hear the petition.

Division facilities in prison
The chamber judge of the Appellate Division on Monday upheld the High Court order asking the authorities concerned to provide first class division to photographer Shahidul Alam in jail, reports UNB.
Chamber judge justice Hasan Foez Siddique passed the order after hearing on a petition filed by the state seeking stay on the HC order.
On 5 September, the HC directed the authorities concerned to provide first division to Shahidul Alam.
Later, the government lawyer filed petition challenging High Court order.

Eminent citizens demand release
Meanwhile, country’s 53 eminent personalities on Tuesday demanded release of renowned photographer Shahidul Alam and ensuring rights of all the citizens, reports UNB.
They made the demand in a statement issued under the banner of ‘We are Bangladesh’s Common Citizens’.
Expressing their grave concern, the eminent citizens in the statement said, Shahidul remained imprisoned for over 40 days and he is being deprived of his legal citizen rights.
They said the criticism of the government is now considered to be sedition and the freedom of express and rights of the citizens are being suppressed using the state organisations illegally and misusing the section 57 of the ICT Act.
Mentioning that getting bail is a normal legal right of citizens, renowned personalities said Shahidul deserves this right as a citizen. “So, we demand his immediate and ensuring all citizens’ rights.
The signatories to the statement include emeritus professor Serajul Islam Choudhury, professor Ajoy Roy, professor Anu Muhammad, Sultana Kamal, Khushi Kabir, Shaheen Anam, professor Gitiara Nasreen and Robaet Ferdous.

Amnesty International concerned
Earlier, regretting a Dhaka court’s rejection of bail sought for renowned photographer Shahidul Alam, two global rights bodies urged the Bangladesh government to release him immediately and unconditionally.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, in separate statements on Tuesday, also accused the Bangladesh government of human rights violation.
Terming Shahidul as ‘prisoner of conscience’, Liondon-based Amnesty International’s South Asia campaigner said, “Beyond the injustice to Shahidul Alam himself, the case risks tarnishing Bangladesh’s reputation globally.”
The New York-based Human Rights Watch, also alleged that human rights have repeatedly been compromised during the decade of ruling Awami League’s tenure.
The HRW criticised enforced disappearances of opposition supporters, extrajudicial killings and muzzling of the media.
HRW also made a mention in the statement of the matter of imprisonment of opposition leader Khaleda Zia and road safety campaigner Mozammel Hoque Chowdhury.
HRW urged the international community to respond against what it called the ‘government’s flagrant abuses’ and raise a voice for release of Shahidul and others held in ‘politically motivated cases’.


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Sohel granted 5-day police remand

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A Dhaka court on Wednesday placed country’s principal opposition BNP’s joint secretary general Habib-un-Nabi Khan Sohel on a five-day remand in a case filed with Shahbagh police station in the capital over vandalism.
Dhaka metropolitan magistrate KHM Toha passed the order after DB sub-inspector Abdul Karim produced him before the court seeking a 10-day remand.
The court also rejected a bail petition filed by Sohel’s lawyer Sanaullah Miah.
Police arrested Habib-un-Nabi Khan Sohel from the capital’s Gulshan-2 area on Tuesday evening.
Sohel, also the president of Dhaka south city unit BNP, went into hiding after the BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia was sent to jail on 8 February in Zia Orphanage Trust graft case.
Sohel has been facing over 50 cases on acts of sabotage and other charges, the BNP sources said.
Meanwhile, Ruhul Kabir Rizvi at an emergency press briefing at the party’s Nayapaltan central office alleged that the government arrested Sohel as part of the continuous arrest of BNP leaders and activists in different cases, adds UNB.
Ruhul Kabir Rizvi alleged that around 70-80 cases were filed against Sohel over the last eight months. “We strongly condemn and protest his arrest.” The BNP leader demanded the government release Sohel immediately after withdrawing all the ‘false’ cases filed against him.

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A Dhaka court on Wednesday placed country’s principal opposition BNP’s joint secretary general Habib-un-Nabi Khan Sohel on a five-day remand in a case filed with Shahbagh police station in the capital over vandalism.
Dhaka metropolitan magistrate KHM Toha passed the order after DB sub-inspector Abdul Karim produced him before the court seeking a 10-day remand.
The court also rejected a bail petition filed by Sohel’s lawyer Sanaullah Miah.
Police arrested Habib-un-Nabi Khan Sohel from the capital’s Gulshan-2 area on Tuesday evening.
Sohel, also the president of Dhaka south city unit BNP, went into hiding after the BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia was sent to jail on 8 February in Zia Orphanage Trust graft case.
Sohel has been facing over 50 cases on acts of sabotage and other charges, the BNP sources said.
Meanwhile, Ruhul Kabir Rizvi at an emergency press briefing at the party’s Nayapaltan central office alleged that the government arrested Sohel as part of the continuous arrest of BNP leaders and activists in different cases, adds UNB.
Ruhul Kabir Rizvi alleged that around 70-80 cases were filed against Sohel over the last eight months. “We strongly condemn and protest his arrest.” The BNP leader demanded the government release Sohel immediately after withdrawing all the ‘false’ cases filed against him.


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Biman use must for air trips at govt expense: PMO

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The Prime Minister’s Office has directed for the compulsory use of Biman Bangladesh Airlines on the routes where the national flag carrier operates flights for air trips at government expense.
It issued a notification on Wednesday in this regard.
The notification says ministers, state ministers, deputy ministers, MPs, those holding constitutional posts, chairmen, members and officers of the commissions constituted by the government, and officials and employees of ministries, divisions, semi-government and autonomous bodies, statutory organisations, corporations, constitutional agencies and different projects muse use Biman for air trips at the expense of government on all routes where it operates flights.
However, they will be allowed to board flights of other airlines on the routes where Biman does not operate any flight.

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The Prime Minister’s Office has directed for the compulsory use of Biman Bangladesh Airlines on the routes where the national flag carrier operates flights for air trips at government expense.
It issued a notification on Wednesday in this regard.
The notification says ministers, state ministers, deputy ministers, MPs, those holding constitutional posts, chairmen, members and officers of the commissions constituted by the government, and officials and employees of ministries, divisions, semi-government and autonomous bodies, statutory organisations, corporations, constitutional agencies and different projects muse use Biman for air trips at the expense of government on all routes where it operates flights.
However, they will be allowed to board flights of other airlines on the routes where Biman does not operate any flight.


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Comments: At long last a sensible decision has been made by the hasina govt though too late.PM and pmo should have been included. example should be there for others to follow. Also uncalled for visits on flimsy ground like simple medical check up should be banned forever. These visits cost foreign exchange. Clear cut rules should be framed for one and all including the president of the country to follow and entitlements should be established. They must avail part of the route up to where biman flights are available. Officials have a tendency to use other prestigious carriers in preference to biman. There should be accountability. I think during President Ershad's tenure such a decision was once made.Late President Z. Rahman also used to avail Biman flights. In India Govt made it mandatory for officials to travel in economy and business class. Abul U.K.
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