24 of the 36 decisions taken in the cabinet meeting were implemented in the first quarter of the present government (7 January to 31 March) under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. The report was presented at a regular meeting of the cabinet in his office, presided over by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday.
During the briefing at the secretariat, Cabinet Secretary Shafiul Alam said that in the last three months, the implementation of the cabinet decision was 66.67 percent.
In the light of the report, the cabinet secretary said that five meetings of the cabinet were held in the three months from January 7 to 31 March. In this, 36 decisions were taken. Of these, 24 have been implemented and 12 are under implementation.
Shafiul Alam said that at the same time, 63 decisions were taken in seven meetings of the cabinet at the same time.
At that time, 43 decisions out of 63 were implemented and 20 were under implementation, the cabinet secretary said, the implementation rate at this time was 68.25 percent.
Besides, two policies and a Memorandum of Understanding have been signed during this period, he said.
The cabinet secretary said, last year, three policies, four memorandums of understanding, were signed.
In the first three months of the present government, five bills were passed in the parliament. At the same time in 2013, 15 bills were passed.
Cabinet Secretary Shafiul Alam said the cabinet was informed about the visit of the Minister of Industry to Thailand from March 4 to March 6.
State Minister for Power and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid Bipu gave a new good news for the capitalists. State Minister Nasrul Hamid on Sunday told the news on his Verify Facebook page in one status. He said the government will build only the cars in the Buriganga river to transport passengers and goods.
State Minister Nasrul Hamid wrote in a Facebook status, “The government will only build cars on the passenger and goods transport in Buriganga river. In this, new horizons of old Dhaka and Keraniganj will be unveiled in Buriganga.