The process of creating 52 thousand posts is under process
Public Administration Minister Syed Ashraful Islam has said that in order to solve the country's unemployment problem, Awami League government has created 6,11,184 posts in various categories of government departments, departments, departments, departments and organizations in the last nine years.
Speaker Dr. In the chairmanship of Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury chaired by the chairmanship of the parliament, he gave this information to the Parliament in response to a question asked by MP Jahan Ara Begum Surma in the question-answer session on Sunday.
According to the information provided by the minister, 79 thousand 249 posts in the posts, 26 thousand 396 posts for the Ramu and Lebukhali divisions of Bangladesh Army.
During this time, he said that due to the various initiatives were taken by the government to reduce the unemployment problem, opportunities for huge employment have now been created.
Meanwhile, in response to the question of Mamtaz Begum (Manikganj-2), the Public Administration Minister said a continuous process of creating new posts in the administration to make the administration dynamic and timely.
From March 2009 to March of this year, 6,13,155 new posts have been created in the context of the demands of different ministries and divisions.
Apart from this, the process of creating more 52 thousand 79 posts is under process.
The government is committed to ensuring corruption free
In response to the written question of Mohammad Mizanur Rahman, Syed Ashraful Islam said that the present government is committed to ensuring efficient, corruption-free, transparent and accountable administrative system.
For this, necessary activities are taken according to the government employees (discipline and appeal) rules, 1985, government employee conduct rules, 1979 and national corrective techniques.
This program has already been taken to the divisional city of Khulna. Besides, people are being encouraged by meetings, seminars, and road meetings to build a corruption-free Bangladesh.
Besides, anti-corruption sculptures, debates, poems, songs, festoons and other awareness programs are being observed from the 26th to 31st of every year during the anti-corruption week.