Naming the administration move to correct the Road Transport Act-2018 gossip, Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Sunday said no such activity has been taken at this point.
“The service thinks nothing about any revision to the law. Nonetheless, I found that the Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) has communicated its worry,” he said.
The clergyman thought of the comments while conversing with journalists in the wake of assessing the advancement of an underpass development venture before Shahid Ramiz Uddin Cantonment College on Airport Road in the capital.
Discussing defilement by BNP pioneers, he said the whitepaper will be distributed on the illicit resources of the BNP pioneers they obtained when the gathering was in power.
Reacting to an inquiry concerning the capture of Ismail Hossain Chowdhury Samrat, pioneer of Dhaka Metropolitan South Jubo League, Obaidul Quader stated, “The announcement made by the Home Minister in such manner is suitable. He is the one in particular who has the option to discuss it.”
Remarking on the awful demise of two understudies of Shaheed Ramiz Uddin Cantonment College in a street crash, Quader stated, “The military is executing their undertaking keeping up the universal standard. The work will end in December this year, a half year in front of the timetable. ”
On July 27, two understudies of Shaheed Ramiz Uddin Cantonment College were executed in a street mishap that started off a protected street development the nation over. Afterward, the Prime Minister requested development of an underpass there.
Development take a shot at the venture started on November 27 a year ago.
On September 25, Law Minister AnisulHuq said the Road Transport Act-2018 could be corrected, if necessary, so it could be implemented with no prevention.
“Despite the fact that the Road Transport Act-2018 was passed by parliament, its implementation has not been conceivable because of different requests raised by pioneers of vehicle laborers and proprietors. The law could be changed checking on the requirement of such laws in neighboring nations,” the priest said.
He concocted the data at a gathering of the sub-council on the usage of Road Transport Act at the Bangladesh Secretariat.
The Road Transport Bill, 2018 was passed by parliament on September 19, 2018 keeping an arrangement of most extreme five years’ detainment and Tk 5 lakh fine or both for making serious wounds or any demise of any individual because of heedless driving.