Chittagong City Mayor AZM Nasir Uddin said that WASA suggested to stop the work of various government and service organizations for the purpose of setting up the connecting lines and for development works. The mayor said, there is no way to deny that there is a shortage of citizens due to cutting the streets in different places of the city to establish a connection line. Again, this development program cannot be stopped for public interest. Therefore, the road work will be started to set up the connect line till November this year. Then no other organization will be allowed to cut roads for connection lines until the eleventh parliamentary elections. In order to set up a connecting line, Chittagong City Corporation will be used to repair the roads and repair the cut roads.
The City Mayor said this at the 40th General Speaker’s Chancellor’s chair in the auditorium of KB Abduch Chhatra on Tuesday morning. Principal Secretary Mohammad Abul Hossain’s Chief Executive Officer Shamsuddoha, Chief Engineer Lieutenant Colonel Mohiuddin Ahmed, Chief Revenue Officer Abu Shahed Chowdhury, Private Secretary MofidulAlam, deputy police commissioner (Sadar) Shyamal Baidyanath was present on the stage. The Chancellor’s panel mayor, councilor, councilor of reserved wards, including departmental head of different departments including the officials of the government and service agencies were present.
Call the mayor to the administration and the law-enforcing agencies for all-round cooperation to every ward councilor for the eleventh parliamentary elections to be held in the next month to conduct free and fair elections. To the councilors, the mayor said that you have a role to play in the national importance. So you have responsibilities in the forthcoming election so that there is peace and order in the city. Police and law enforcement agencies will assist you. You will be aware that due to any kind of turmoil, the proper environment of the election will not be disturbed.
City mayor said at the meeting, there are many resources in 41 wards of the city. The income generating scheme has to be taken to implement them properly. The city’s development activities will depend on the revenue of the corporation. He urged the councilors to take necessary action regarding the types of income generating projects that can be taken through the police-based survey. He said that the work of illumination of the city was done 100% by establishing road lights. In the clean work, the Tomato will be used instead of vanagari in all the wards, the mayor said in the meeting.
City mayor said at the meeting, Chittagong is the largest modern slaughterhouse in Asia. The slaughter house will be constructed on 88th century City Corporation’s in Chandgana old thana area of the city. The construction of this slaughter house will cost around Tk. 80 million. When the project is implemented, Chittagong City will go one step ahead of other mega cities in the country to save the livestock management and environment. He said this is not only the slaughter house, but also the large-scale institute. There will be animal health checkup facilities, isolation facilities, smart stocking spaces, training systems, blood-making blood mills etc. Under this project, there will be five-storey building, sloping area, and slaughter of 100 animals in one day. Waiting for 300 animals
the meeting was also informed that a comprehensive preparation has been done to celebrate the great Victory Day including celebration of holy Eid Miladunnabi (peace be upon him) and reception of the freedom fighters on behalf of the corporation. In the meeting, the introduction of various trade courses in the co-curricular activities and Technical Institutes of the Chancellor-Oriental Economy College, the introduction of awareness campaigns to prevent drug abuse in other schools and colleges, prevention of child marriage, infrastructure development, bus-truck terminals, footwater bridges, crores of cattle and buffaloes. Construction of passenger camps, public toilets, kitchen markets It is said to be. In the meeting, discussions on the progress of the ongoing Chhaganbagan program in different wards including updating the maintenance committees for the management of the Chancellor’s establishment, speeding up the activities for the development of physical infrastructure. As part of the beautification program to transform the dream of the mayor’s Green and Clean City, the decision was taken to make the abandoned area of the corporation as a garden, to prepare for preparations and awareness programs to deal with the disaster situation. Finance and Family Planning, Education Health, Family Planning, Construction and Preservation of Urban Infrastructure, Law, Order, Management and Maintenance, Communication, Poverty Reduction and Slum Development, Urban Planning and Development, Environmental Development, Disaster Management, Social Welfare and Community Center and Water and Power The chairman of the Standing Committee presented the minutes of the report of the respective committee and decided on the subject Was adopted. In the beginning of the meeting, special prayers were held in the city recently seeking the forgiveness of the dead in the city.