Committee to take measures to prevent public gatherings in the markets
Dhaka, July 29: The local government department has directed to form two committees at the union and ward level as per the decision of the health ministry to take measures to reduce the crowds at markets and tea shops. The local government department issued the directive on Tuesday (July 27) by sending letters to all deputy commissioners (DCs), deputy directors (local government) and upazila executive officers (UNOs).
The letter said a meeting of the health ministry on July 10 decided to form a committee to deal with the Covid-19 situation. In the light of this decision, in a meeting held on July 25 under the chairmanship of the Minister of Local Government, it was decided to form a union and ward committee. As per the instructions of the meeting, the two committees were constituted as follows and it was requested to inform this department.
The chairman of the 14-member union committee is the chairman of the union council. Besides, the secretary of the concerned union council is the member secretary. The remaining 12 members of the committee will be: a secondary school teacher, a prominent social worker / a local dignitary, a prominent freedom fighter, deputy agricultural officer, union land assistant officer, assistant health inspector, family welfare assistant, a madrasa teacher, a primary school teacher. , An NGO representative working at the union level, Dafadar of the concerned Union Parishad, a representative of the management committee of the largest hat / bazaar in the union.
The chairman of the ward committee will be a member of the concerned ward. Also members of the committee will be a primary school teacher, a prominent social worker / local dignitary, a prominent freedom fighter, a madrasa teacher, a reserved female member, an NGO representative, family welfare inspector, health assistant, mosque imam, market / market management. A representative of the committee, community health care proprietor, village police and a member of Ansar-VDP.
The letter said the committee could co-opt one or more members to facilitate the work. In case of selection of members, the opinion of the chairman of the committee will prevail.