Letter to the Chairman, Regulatory Reforms Commission of Bangladesh.

Letter to the Chairman, Regulatory Reforms Commission of Bangladesh

Iqbal Sharif

Dated : Dhaka, Wednesday, September 10, 2008

To: Dr. Akbar Ali Khan

Regulatory Reforms Commission
Chief Adviser’s Office
Govt. of the P.R. of Bangladesh
Jibon Bima Tower, 13th Floor
10, Dilkusha C/A
Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh
Tel : 717702 ; Fax : 7173355
E-mail : [email protected]

cc : Mr.Md.Akkas Ali Miah

P.S. to the Chairman

Sub : Some specific Reforms ; my humble views as expressed in my website :                 www.iqbalsharif.com

Dear Respected Sir,

As a concious citizen of Bangladesh, I have tried to express my humble views in my Personal Website : www.iqbalsharif.com ( under construction, may take another 10 days’ time to complete ). The views expressed there, might be helpful to make our Country free from Coruption, Hunger, Beggars, Basties, Unemployment and so on, provided the the following Articles are carefully studied and follwed properly :-
01. Welcome Address
02. An Appeal
03. Corruption Practice in Bangladesh
04. Poverty Eradication
05. Price Hike and its Probable Control Policy
06. 12 Most Important Burning Issues of Bangladesh
07. Power Generation : Problems & Prospects
08. Our Coal & Energy Policy
I do strongly believe from my heart that if the Policies as expressed in my mentioned Articles are Officially Approved by the Bangladesh Government, we can certainly have a Country totally Corruption Free within the next 05 to 07 years’ time period, where there shall neither be any Electricity problem, nor there shall be any Corruption, Hunger, Poverty, Beggars, Basti, Unemployment problems, rather all the Sections of the People would be really satisfied & happy and the total Country would be equally developed, which would depend upon your Understanding, Proper Action Plan and the Govt.’s Attitude.
As regards to the present Legal System, I do have my serious objections, as it starts, but does to come to an end until one Party is dead, either practically or economically ! Again, if someone files a law suit against someone, without verifying anything, the Police will arrest the person first as per the present system. Say, if somebody claims that you, the hon’ble Chairman of RRC, have killed a person, the Police will arrest you, though actually you have not committed that crime ! This is against one’s Humanitarian as well as the Contitutionsl basic Right and to ensure one’s such Right, the present legal system must be changed.
I would consider my attempt a success if the articles are studied carefully and if convinced, those are forwarded to our Govt. with a strong recomendation for their kind decision.
May I expect such an action, please ?
With thanks & kind regards,
Sincerely yours,
Muhd. Iqbal Hussain Sharif
Independent Consultant & Social Reformer
Gladiola, Apartment : A-3, House : 11
Road : 23, Sector : 7, Uttara Model Town
Dhaka-1230, Bangladesh

Cell : 01711-527-080
Tel : 8962449; Fax : 8962385
E-mail : [email protected], [email protected]

Web : www.iqbalsharif.com

NB: This Letter was sent to the Chairman, Regulatory Reforms
Commission of Bangladesh by Email on Wednesday,
September 10, 2008.

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