Industry Minister Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun said, there is no shortage of fertilizer. 2 thousand 800 metric tons of fertilizer is being produced in the country daily. There is no need to import, rather Bangladesh will export fertilizer after a few days.
Nurul Majid said these things in response to questions from journalists after a courtesy meeting with Indian High Commissioner Pranay Kumar Verma at the meeting room of the Ministry of Industry in Motijheel of the capital.
Industry Minister said that it is becoming difficult to save the amount of fertilizer being produced in the country. But even if there is enough, there is no possibility of lowering the price in that way.
The Minister of Industry also said that the gas crisis is not affecting the production of fertilizers
Prannoy Kumar Verma, High Commissioner of India appointed in Dhaka, said that various prospects of the industrial sector were discussed with the new government in the meeting.
The Indian High Commissioner said that how to work together in the industrial sector, including the expansion of trade through rupees, were discussed.