Salt will not be imported: Industries Minister


Cox’s Bazar correspondent:
At this moment the salt will not be ambiance. Awami League Adviser-Member and Industries Minister Amir Hossain Amu MP said that action will be taken against salt collectors in hopes of more profit.
The minister said this while speaking at the workshop titled ‘Production of quality iodized salt production’ organized by Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation (BSCIC) at Cox’s Bazar Biam Auditorium.
For salt farmers and traders, he said, whether the salt is imported depends on you. The artificial crisis arises in the country due to heavy storage of salt. The need for salt importation from that crisis arises. Action will be taken against the artisan crisis makers.
Cox’s Bazar Deputy Commissioner In the chairmanship of Kamal Hossain, Amir Hossain Amu said in the meeting that the national elections in front. We do not do such things that people are angry. We do not have any plan to import salts for now.
Member of Parliament Syamum Sarwar Kamal, MP Ashek Ullah Rafiq, Acting Secretary of the Ministry of Industries Md. Abdul Halim, BSCIC Chairman (Additional Secretary) Mushtaq Hasan Mohammad Iftikhar, Cox’s Bazar District Council Mostaf Ahmed Chowdhury, District Awami League President Advocate Sirajul Mustafa, General Secretary municipal mayor Mujibur Rahman.
BSCIC director (development and expansion) Bijoy Kumar Chowdhury welcomed the welcome speech at the start of the meeting. BCD General Manager and CIDD Project Director Engineer Md. Shafiqul Alam
Industry Minister Amir Hossain Amu met at the meeting meeting with mill owners and peasants at Cox’s Bazar Hilpet Circuit House in the afternoon. At that time, the chairman of the Lankmil Malik Association Shamsul Alam Azad, General Secretary Manzur Alam, former chairman of Islampur Alhaj Manjur Alam, Alhaj Ashiar Rahman, Master Abdul Quader and salt mill owners and farmers were present.


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