The members of the new cabinet formed at the end of the 12th national election have started their duties from Sunday. Since morning they have started getting to know everyone besides understanding the responsibilities of their respective ministries. Talked with journalists too.
On the surface, it can be seen that the secretariat was busy greeting the ministers and state ministers since morning. Nameplates of Ministers and Ministers of State have been changed. When the ministers and state ministers reached the secretariat, they were warmly welcomed by the officials of their respective ministries.
In this new cabinet, Saber Hossain Chowdhury has received the responsibility of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change. He came to his ministry in the morning. After the introduction session with everyone, he spoke to the journalists.
The Environment Minister said that air pollution should be prevented. Forests must be preserved. Environment must be protected for sustainable development. I will preserve and support the Constitution.
The new minister also promised to implement the issues related to the environment in accordance with the party’s election manifesto. He said that the progress of implementation of the election manifesto will be monitored regularly. If any structural change is required for the work, it should be done. We will do what is necessary with our work.
Saber Hossain Chowdhury expressed hope that he will make his office number one. He said, I will work with transparency. We will not tolerate corruption or irregularities here. Bangladesh is moving forward. That progress must be sustained.
The Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology Ministry of State Minister Junaid Ahmed Palak has not changed in the Cabinet this time. He also came to the secretariat on Sunday morning. Palak said that the Prime Minister has ordered to work frugally and honestly in the global situation. I will do the kind of work that is useful for the needs of the people and the country.
Palak has promised that the money spent on the project will be accountable. He said that the investment that will be made should be kept in mind as to how much feedback it will give.
This time Muhammad Farooq Khan has got the responsibility of Civil Aviation and Tourism Ministry. He also came to the secretariat.
Regarding the allegations of corruption in the airline, the new minister said, “I don’t think there is any corruption in the airline.” However, the corruption allegations should be investigated. The technical aspect of the aircraft will be given special importance.
Stating that the highest importance will be given to the implementation of the manifesto, the minister said that work will be done to match the tourism sector.
Jahangir Kabir Nanak has been given the responsibility of Textile and Jute Ministry. He expressed optimism that the lost heyday of jute will be brought back. Work will be done in such a way as to increase jute production.
Meanwhile, Nanak said, BNP-Jamaat sabotage will be dealt with with firm hands.
25 new ministers and 11 state ministers took oath on Thursday. President Md read their oath at Bangabhaban. Sahabuddin. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina paid respects at Bangabandhu’s mausoleum in Tungipara of Gopalganj on Friday along with the newly appointed ministers.
This year’s cabinet includes 25 ministers and 11 state ministers, including the prime minister.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, apart from the duties of Prime Minister, has kept the Cabinet Department, Defense Ministry, Armed Forces Department, Power-Fuel and Mineral Resources Ministry and Labor and Employment Ministry in her hands.