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Sheikh Hasina does not want to see corruption in any sector: Secretary. Yamin

Sylhet Bureau /

Secretary of the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock. Muhammad Yamin Chowdhury said, “We have come a long way in building a developed country; In terms of morality, but I could not go that far. So we have to take our own moral position along with improvement. Otherwise, the desired improvement is not possible.

He was speaking as the chief guest at a seminar on ‘Role of QC Labs in Global Safety of Animal Food’ in Sylhet. The Secretary said the present government is determined to take the country to the pinnacle of development. Besides, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina does not want to see any corruption in any sector. The government has taken groundbreaking steps to maintain the international standard of animal feed by setting up state-of-the-art ‘Quality Control (QC)’ labs under the Ministry of Livestock. This will make it possible to test the quality of all the animal food produced in the country and the country will go a long way in building a healthy human community.

The meeting was held at an elite hotel in the city from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm on Monday (January 17). Manzoor Mohammad Shahzada.

Chaiti Dhali, Senior Scientist, QC Lab, addressed the discussion as a special guest. Hemayet Hossain Chowdhury, Chairman, Fisheries Development Corporation and Dr. Amalendu Ghosh. Project Director Dr. spoke at the meeting highlighting the activities of QC Lab. Md. Mostafa Kamal.

The meeting was attended by officials of various offices under the Livestock Department of Sylhet Division, journalists, teachers of different colleges and universities, dairy and poultry farms, feed mills, cabs, importers and exporters, Consumer Protection Department, Sylhet Fisheries Department and representatives of various quarters.

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