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None will be allowed for casino business, says Asad

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Staff Reporter :
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said on Sunday that the government will not allow anybody to operate illegal business like casino in the country.
He told it to the journalists on the Manik Miah Avenue in the city after a function on the occasion of Personal Motor Vehicle Releasing Day as the chief guest.
The minister said, casino is not legal in Bangladesh and it will not be allowed in the country anymore. Besides, "Drive against illegal casino operation is being taken as per the Prime Minister's directives, as it is an important issue."
"Politicians, public representative or any individual in the society will not be allowed to run casino business. Its not legal in our country. Those who were operating casino business, they were doing without legal permission and we will not allow them to do so," he said.
Mayor of Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) Sayeed Khokon was present in the programme.

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