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Ultimatum to recover occupied canals at Ctg

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Chittagong Bureau :
Housing  and  Public Works Minister Engineer Mosharraf Hossain  said  monsoon coming very shortly and by this time all illegally khals (canals) must be  recovered from the illegal occupants .
The sets this time  for  smooth work of re-excation of khals and  renovations of  culverts, bridge and roads in the city . He directed the concerned officials while addressing the  first meeting of monitoring committee yesterday .
He said either 20 or 16 khals according  survey sheets, need to be recovered from the illegal occupants without any excuse. He said engineering core of Bangladesh Army will undertake the works of  waterlogging projects of the city immediately.
 He further said  Prime Minister specially approved the Chittagong water logging project at a cost of Tk.500 crores. In the CDA chairman Abdus Salam seeks cooperation from the govt agencies  to implement the project successfully.  CDA chairman  sought cooperation from city corporation, WASA, Banar, PDB, WDB in connection. In the meeting among others, chief of the engineer core of Army Brig.Gen. Rezaul Karim, Secretary to Ministsry of Housing  Md. Shahidullah, Mlanaging Director of CWASA Engr. Fazlullah , Board member of Chittagong  Port M.Zafar Alam, Chief engineer of CCC Lt.col. Mohiuddin Ahmed, Exeutive Engineer of PDB Engr. Prabir Kumar sen, and other concerned officials were present in the meeting.

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