Prime Minister asks DCs to look beyond the routine

মঙ্গলবার, ২৮ জুলাই ২০১৫
28 July 2015 Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has told district administrators to go beyond their routine and come up with creative ideas for development.

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“You also need to focus on new initiatives that could be taken for contributing to the development of the districts,” she told the opening ceremony of the three-day conference of the deputy commissioners (DCs) who head the 64 districts in Bangladesh.  

The DCs will raise the problems, challenges and hurdles they face during their sessions with officials from different ministries over the next three days.

The prime minister asked DCs to shun old concepts and ideas.

“The district administration in Bangladesh dates back to colonial days, but time has changed. Our prime focus now is how we will develop and move forward as an independent country,” she said.   

Hasina urged DCs to think beyond their routine work and said that every region has its own distinct character.

“We need to find out the strength and weakness of each area and chalk out what measures can be taken to improve the living standards of the people.”

She said that the DCs must protect the interest of the people and the state.

“Your salary and allowances and whatever you get comes from the tax that people pay from their income...it’s their contribution. So it’s our duty to work for their betterment.”

Hasina lauded the DCs for tackling violence earlier this year during the agitation by the opposition alliance.

“The man-made problems were tougher then the natural problems and due to your appropriate measures we could overcome them,” said the prime minister.


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