The coordination of all the service organizations is essential so that the development activities of the government in the city are free from risks and hassles and do not become a cause of civic security disruption and suffering to the people.
The sidewalks of the city will be freed from illegal occupants and made suitable for public movement. Mayor Rezaul Karim Chowdhury while addressing the 10th general meeting of the sixth council of CCC at Chittagong City Corporation (CCC) KB Abdus Sattar Auditorium in Anderkilla on Tuesday.
“I want to see a clean city,” he said. Thousands of officers and employees in the cleaning department even after working, Chittagong city could not become a completely clean city, which is not acceptable under any circumstances, he added.
He instructed those involved in cleaning and mosquito eradication to carry out their duties properly and said that strict action would be taken against them if any kind of negligence was visible. CCC mayor said the sidewalks were evicted every time they were vacated. Talks have been held with the Chittagong Metropolitan Police administration in this regard
CCC mayor said that a documentary on the history of independence and liberation war will be screened this time, giving reception to 150 heroic freedom fighters, commanders, deputy commanders of the liberation war. During the meeting, installation of pre-paid meters in CCC markets and shops, removal of unauthorized gates and slabs in residential areas, formulation of beautification policy, construction of bus-truck terminal, widening of 7 roads including greening rescue, installation of signboards at designated places during CCC development works Important decisions are made, including the construction of sheds.
CCC CEO Mohammad Shahidul Alam presided over the function. Panel Mayor Abdus Sabur Liton, Md. Gias Uddin, Afroza Kalam, Secretary Khaled Mahmud, Chief Revenue Officer Md. Nazrul Islam, Chief Education Officer Lutfun Nahar, Chief Engineer Rafiqul Islam Manik, Mayor's Private Secretary Muhammad Abul Hashem spoke at the meeting.