The government is working relentlessly to make people happy : Environment Minister.
Environment, Forests, and Climate Change Minister Md Shahab Uddin said the government led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is working relentlessly to bring smiles to the faces of the bereaved. According to the plan of the Hon’ble Prime Minister, no people of the country will remain homeless. He said that social security is being ensured by providing assistance to the helpless and poor people through various allowances.
The environment minister was speaking as the chief guest at a function organized by the Upazila administration at Juri Upazila Parishad Auditorium in the Moulvibazar district on Saturday (February 13) morning.
The Environment Minister said development work in Bangladesh is continuing despite the disruption of development activities all over the world for Corona. He called on the public to take the free coronavirus vaccine provided by the government. He further said that the country is moving forward under the leadership of the Hon’ble Prime Minister. There is no alternative of Sheikh Hasina has to continue the trend of development.
Juri Upazila Nirbahi Officer Al-Imran Ruhul Islam presided over the function while Moulvibazar Zilla Parishad Chairman and District Awami League General Secretary Misbahur Rahman, Juri Upazila Parishad Chairman Bir Muktijoddha MA Moeed Faruk, Upazila Vice Chairman Rinku Ranjan Das, Women Vice-Chairman Ranjita Sharma, Upazila Awami League General Secretary Masuk Ahmed and Acting Upazila Women’s Affairs Officer Md. Sujauddaula were present among others.
According to the office of the Upazila Women’s Affairs Officer, 1510 people of the Upazila were given 30 kg of nutritious rice per month through VGD card, 963 poor mothers were given maternity allowance at the rate of Tk 800 per month, and two sewing machines from the personal funds of the environment minister.
Earlier, Environment, Forests, and Climate Change Minister Md Shahab Uddin inaugurated a new four-story modern bungalow building constructed by the district council in Juri Upazila at a cost of around Tk 2.57 crore.