The parliamentary standing committee on housing and public works ministry on Sunday reviewed the ongoing urban projects and future plans of major cities.
The parliamentary watchdog discussed various urban projects at its sixth meeting at Sangsad Bhaban here with committee chairman Engineer Mosharraf Hossain in the chair, said a ministry press release.
The meeting also discussed the overall progress of the ongoing projects of RAJUK, Khulna Development Authority (KDA), Chattogram Development Authority (CDA), Rajshahi Development Authority(RDA), Cox’s Bazar Development Authority, National Housing Authority, City Development Department and House Building Research Institute.
The meeting was informed that the concerned authorities and agencies are working relentlessly to complete the projects within the stipulated time.
The committee recommended speedy action in eradicating water clogging in Chattogram.
The meeting also recommended the authorities of the major cities to coordinate with each other and ensure clarity to continue the smooth flow of development in the cities.
Committee members Housing and Public Works Minister S M Rezaul Karim, Narayan Chandra, Bajlul Haque Harun, Md. Monowar Hossain Chowdhury, Anwarul Ashraf Khan, Zohra Alauddin and Begum Farida Khanam attended the meeting.
Housing and Public Works secretary and concerned officials of RAJUK, KDA, CDA, RDA, Cox’s Bazar Development Authority and Housing and Building Research Institute (HBRI) were also present, reports BSS.
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