Prime Minister taken up Jamuna Corridor project – Minister of State for Shipping

Sariakandi (Bogura) Correspondent: 182 Time View :
Update : Thursday, August 12, 2021

State Minister for Shipping Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury MP has said that Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina believes in river management. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has taken up the Jamuna Corridor project to create a satellite town in the riverine char area.

If the Jamuna Corridor project is implemented, the bond between the people on both sides of the Jamuna River will be further strengthened. There will be various institutions including educational institutions and hospitals. The land lost in the river will be restored. Plans are being made in that light. One and a half thousand crore rupees has been allocated for this project in the survey sector alone.

He further said that development is being achieved in all sectors under the able leadership of Sheikh Hasina. Many countries, including China, South Korea, the Netherlands and the United States, have expressed interest in investing in the maritime sector as deep-sea ports, pigeons and matarbari have been built.

With the launch of Sariakandi Madarganj C-Truck Service, the dream of the late Abdul Mannan MP is being realized. He was speaking as the chief guest at an exchange meeting at Kalitala Ghat organized by Sariakandi Upazila Awami League on the occasion of inauguration of Sea Truck Service on Sariakandi-Jamalpur Madarganj route in Bogura on Thursday noon.

Speaking on the occasion as a special guest, Awami League Central Organizing Secretary Mirza Azam MP. Sariakandi Upazila Awami League President Sahadara Mannan MP presided over the function and Acting General Secretary of Upazila Awami League Abdul Khaleq Dulu conducted the program.

After the exchange of views, the chief guest inaugurated the Sea Truck Service by cutting the ribbon at Kalitala Jamuna Ghat. Earlier, when he officially inaugurated the sea-truck service at Jamthal Ghat on the east bank of the Jamuna, the sea-truck arrived at Kalitala Ghat in Sariakandi with passengers.

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