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JS body for building IT, Hi-Tech parks in dists

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BSS, Dhaka :
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on the Posts, Telecommunication and Information Technology Ministry suggested the government to take necessary steps to build IT and Hi-Tech parks in all districts of the country.
The parliamentary watchdog came up with the suggestion at its 22nd meeting held at Sangshad Bhaban with its chairman Imran Ahmad in the chair.
The committee also recommended for selecting a site to set up an IT park in Sunamganj district and taking necessary measures to this end, a handout said.
The meeting discussed the progress of the Bangabandhu Hi-Tech Park, Kaliakair and Sylhet Hi-Tech Parks and the Four-Tier Data Center in details.
It informed that the construction works of the Four-Tier Data Center would be completed by March next while Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is expected to naugurate the centre in April this year.

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