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The post of Chairman of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) is a constitutional post. The Left Democratic Alliance has commented that ACC chairman Iqbal Mahmood had violated his current position and called on the former secretaries to abdicate his constitutional duty.
The initiatives he has taken to establish an organization of former secretaries of the present government are not in line with his position. They immediately demanded his resignation from the chairman of the ACC for this immoral and unconstitutional act.
The demand was made at a meeting of the Left Democratic Alliance on Wednesday (December 29). Co-ordinator of the Coalition Abdullah Qafi Ratan presided over the meeting, CPB general secretary Mohammad Shah Alam, BASAD central committee member Bazlur Rashid Firoz, revolutionary Workers Party general secretary Saiful Haque, general secretary of BASAD (Marxist) central committee member Fakhr Akhdar, and Fakhr Akhdar of the central committee. Hussein Nanu, of the Democratic Revolutionary Party Mishu Moshrefa normal editor, a member of the Solidarity movement Bachchu secretary Bhuiyan, and the socialist movement Hamidul Haq caller.
Read more: Meeting with former secretaries
On Monday afternoon, 12 former secretaries, including ACC chairman Iqbal Mahmud, had a meeting at a meeting of Shilpakala Academy last Monday. ACC Chairman Iqbal Mahmood gave a letter to the former secretaries to attend the meeting. He held this meeting to discuss what should be the mode and manner of this joint effort or whether a platform could be made with the former secretaries. The meeting was attended by 73, 77, 79, 81, 82 and 82 (special), retired officers of 84 batches.
Retired top officials of the government have agreed to hold a forum or organization at this meeting. They want to apply their knowledge, experience, and wisdom to accelerate policy making, implementation and its results in various areas of the country.
Former Secretary Shailendranath Majumder presided over the function. At the meeting, a convening committee was formed by convening former Secretary Nazrul Islam and Hedayetullah Al Mamun as Member Secretary.
In addition to this, another committee was formed to draft the constitution of the organization, headed by former SDG affairs coordinator of the Prime Minister’s Office and former Chief Secretary of the Prime Minister Abul Kalam Azad.
Former secretaries Sohrab Hossain, Mizanur Rahman, ASM Rashidul Hai, Ataur Rahman, Sirajul Haque, Ibrahim Hossain Khan, CQK Mushtaq, Mohammad Mainuddin Abdullah, MA Kader Sarkar, Mikal Shiprak, Mikul Shiprak, and others were present in the meeting. Kazi Akhtar Hossain, Mahbub Ahmed and Abdul Hannan.
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