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Rangpur LGED meet emphasises 100% ADP implementation

Update : 26 Feb 2016, 09:10 PM

The Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) has implemented development works costing about Tk16,000 crore so far and the majority of the work has been done in the Rangpur Division, a review meeting has been told.

LGED’s Chief Engineer Shyama Prosad Adhikari attended yesterday’s meeting in Rangpur as the chief guest, along with 400 other LGED officials.

The development review meeting emphasised full implementation of the Annual Development Programme. The government, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Jica and Saudi fund are financing 35 projects for development of the city, rural areas and water in the Rangpur Division.

Apart from it, the LGED has taken up a government-funded Tk190 crore special project for the welfare of residents of recently abolished enclaves, the meeting was told.

Moreover, the LGED is supervising the construction of a 1,490-metre bridge on the Teesta River in Lalmonirhat.

Chief Engineer Shyama Prasad advised LGED officials to pay attention to the quality of work and meet deadlines. They were also advised to repair roads in dry season to mitigate people’s sufferings. 

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