Police have rescued a BGB member named Mohammad Hossain (31) and handed him over to the BGB. The arrested Mohammad Hossain is the son of Didarullah of Magura village in Boalmari upazila of Faridpur district. He is working in 53 BGB in Chapainawabganj. The incident took place around 10:30 am on Tuesday at Shibtala junction in the city.Chapainawabganj city Shibtala turn digital autorickshaw house owner. Isarul Haque said that this morning Mohammad Hossain came to his shop to sell two new batteries. Earlier on Monday, Isarul Haque did not give him the rest of the batteries to buy the remaining batteries in his shop with the identity of the police. Meanwhile, this morning he is suspected of selling two new batteries. At that time, he was stopped with the help of locals and when he informed the police, the police and BGB members took him away.
Upon learning of this incident, many businessmen gathered at the police station to cheat him. Meanwhile, Ashraf, a bicycle shopkeeper at the corner of Maharajpur Mela in Sadar Upazila, said he came to the police station after receiving the news. Because on March 26, the swindler identified himself and took three bicycles left from him, worth Rs 22,000. He later lodged a GD with the police when his mobile phone was switched off. About 7-8 such traders can be seen in the police station. Those BGB members who had different identities from them did not communicate with the rest of the goods. Even the mobile number given by him was blocked.
Meanwhile, Sadar Model Police Officer in Charge (OC) said. Mozaffar Hossain said the BGB member was rescued from the crowd after receiving the news. He was later taken away by the BGB on the assurance of the 53 BGB authorities along with the complainants.
In this regard, 53 BGB captain Lt. Colonel Md. Suruj Mia said Mohammad Hossain is a member of 53 BGB. What he has done is a crime. Administrative action has been taken against him as per the rules of the force. Arrangements have also been made to pay the dues of those who have been deceived by him.
BD Daily / A Majumdar
After winning the majority of directorships, the BGMEA, an association of garment owners who make up the main source of export earnings, is set to be elected president. Farooq Hasan. Under his leadership, the Joint Council has won 24 of the 35 directorships in this election. On the other hand, ABM Samsuddin, the chairman of Hannan Group, lost, but the panel forum led by him won 11 directorships. The mother and son from the forum are discussing winning together, the wife of the late mayor of Dhaka North City Corporation Anisul Haque and BGMEA president. Rubana Haque and son Navidul Haque. This is the first time in the history of the organization. According to the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association-BGMEA election schedule, the newly elected directors will elect a president and seven vice-presidents on April 18. Then on April 20, he will take charge of BGMEA for the next two years in the period 2021-23. Earlier on Sunday, the unofficial results of the BGMEA elections were announced at midnight by the chairman of the organization’s election management board, Professor Farhat Anwar. He said the BGMEA had 6 per cent voters or 1,996 garment factory owners voting in the election. In Dhaka region 1,704 out of 1,753 voters cast their votes and in Chittagong region 392 out of 471 voters cast their votes. In contrast to the 35 director posts, 60 garment factory owners were selected from the two alliances. Sammilita Parishad party leader Farooq Hasan has won the election with the highest number of 1,204 votes. The second highest number of votes was elected to the forum candidate BGMEA current president. Rubana Haque.
Asked about mother-son responsibilities on the BGMEA board for the first time, Rubana Haque told the media, “As a mother, I hope my son will work on the BGMEA board with his education, dedication and honesty.”
BGMEA newly elected director Navidul Haque told the media, “I believe I was able to come to where I am today because of my parents.” I will never do anything that will tarnish their reputation.