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Quader: Tested workers must be evaluated in committees

No member of Awami League will be spared if they commit any misdeeds, cautioned the minister

Update : 19 Sep 2020, 05:37 PM

Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader on Saturday said the time-tested leaders and workers of the party must be evaluated at all levels of committees.

“The tested leaders and workers cannot be dropped from committees by any means. I am asking all to give priority to devoted and uncontroversial workers in forming committees in the coming days,” he said.

Road Transport and Bridges Minister Quader was addressing a review meeting on the progress of Western Bangladesh Bridge Improvement Project (WBBIP) through videoconferencing from his official residence.

Quader said some people are saying that drives against corruption and irregularities have been stopped but it is not true as the drives are still going on.

If anyone of Awami League does any wrong, he or she would not be not be spared, Quader cautioned.

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The minister called upon the officials concerned of different development projects to work with utmost sincerity and honesty to further speed up the works which witnessed a halt amid the coronavirus pandemic.

He stressed on keeping transparency of works and preventing waste of public money in the projects.

Later, as part of the program of planting two tree saplings for all members of parliament, Quader planted two saplings on the parliament premises.

Under the initiative of Parliament Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, the tree plantation program is being held on parliament premises as part of planting 10 million saplings announced by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on the occasion of the birth centenary of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

Chief Arborist Sheikh Md Kudrat-e-Khuda and officials of the Parliament Secretariat were present on the occasion.

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