JS body recommends to bring Nosimon, Korimon and easy-bikes under registration
A parliamentary body today recommended that informal modes of transport such as Nosimon, Korimon and easy-bikes should be brought under registration.
The parliamentary standing committee on road transport and bridges ministry came up with the recommendations during a meeting at the Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban.
Ruling Awami League MP and chief of the parliamentary watchdog Md Akabbar Hossain presided over the meeting.
In the meeting, the parliamentary committee recommended to present the ways in which corruption can be prevented to modernise Bangladesh Road Transport Authority services, number of vacancies in BRTA, steps to fill the vacancies etc during the committee's next meeting scheduled to be held within a month.
In addition, the committee recommends to the Road Transport and Bridges Ministry to present a list of how many foreigners are working in which projects under the ministry in the committee's next meeting.
The meeting also discussed the latest status and implementation progress of the ongoing development projects under the Sylhet Zone of the Department of Roads and Highways and discussed in detail the future work plan for modernisation of BRTA services.
Obaidul Quader, minister, Road Transport and Bridges, joined the meeting virtually while lawmakers Enamul Haque, Hasibur Rahman Swapan, Abu Zahir, Rezwan Ahmed Tawfiq, Salim Uddin Tarafdar, Sheikh Salahuddin, Syed Abu Hossain and Rabeya Alim participated in the meeting.