Dissatisfaction of Chairman of National River Protection Commission after visiting Titus National River in Brahmanbaria

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Moynal Bhuiyan

Brahmanbaria Correspondent

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Visited the traditional Titus river in Brahmanbaria Chairman of National River Protection Commission Dr. Manjur Ahmed Chowdhury. Today is Wednesday afternoon He visited the Medda cremation ghat area of Titus river. Later in a small boat He visited different parts of Titus river. National River Protection Commission in response to journalists’ questions after visiting the Titus river Chairman Dr. Manjur Ahmed Chowdhury said that Titus river is a historical river. This river A story-novel movie has been written based on it. But the encroachment of the river due to pollution Existence is on the way to extinction. People are throwing waste here. Administration to say repeatedly Still people are not listening. This is very disappointing. It will not happen if only the administration works. Along with the administration, people everywhere should cooperate. Because the river is ours soul We are working to protect it. Fish farming by occupying the river He expressed dissatisfaction and anger. As well as against pollution He gave instructions for taking strict measures. Earlier, he visited the canal and pond of Bisik Industrial City of Sadar Upazila Anger and dissatisfaction expressed over non-implementation of Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP). Dr. Manjur Ahmed Chowdhury said, “There is nothing to be reconciled here.” the industry Waste is generated here, but there is no waste treatment facility. we are I was shocked when the commission came here. It’s not just industrial chemicals here There is no sewage disposal system here. Department of Environment works here not doing Sometimes there is a fine. But there is no penalty here Nothing can be done. We hope for the good will of the industrial owners in the interest of the people will arise At that time he was accompanied by Brahmanbaria District Commissioner Md. Shahgir Alam, District The chief executive officer of the council is Md. Aminul Islam, Additional Deputy Commissioner Md Ruhul Amin, District Fisheries Officer, Taj Mahal Begum, Water Development Board Executive Engineer Md. Manjur Rahman, Deputy Director of BIWT Md. Rezaul Karim, Chief Executive Officer of the municipality: Abdus Quddus and Sadar Upazila Council Chairman Lion Ferozur Rahman Olio and various levels of government Officials and members of various social organizations were present. Later district river Chairman of National River Protection Commission Dr. Manjur Ahmed Chowdhury attended the meeting of the protection committee .

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