The government has appointed new deputy commissioners (DCs) to 23 districts including Dhaka, Chittagong, Khulna, Rangpur, Barishal and Mymensingh. The public administration ministry, in line with the directives of the president, issued a notification on Wednesday to make the decision effective immediately. The ministry appointed the new DCs in 18 districts and transferred the administrators of five other districts..
It is a major reshuffle in the field administration ahead of the national election, slated for January 2024. Therefore, all the new deputy commissioners will have to face very tough challenges in coming days as some elements are now very active in plotting against the country and government.
They (elements) have already stepped up their ill-efforts ahead of the next 12th parliamentary elections in order to overthrow the present government and install a dictator being imbued with the anti-liberation thought. They have also extended their networks from the central to grassroots, maintaining constant communications with the organised evil forces comprising several vested quarters and extreme communal groups incited by the anti-liberation forces and killers of the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, and their patrons only to foil the next poll and create chaos.
All concerned will
have to extend all out
cooperation to the new
Theses vested quarters led by Bangladesh Nationalist Party-Jamaat clique can do anything anywhere in the country in the name of movement. Such evil forces should not be spared at all in the field level.
So, the new deputy commissioners must do everything possible to ensure security of businesses, lives and property of the country’s people. They will also have to do their best to ensure the country’s overall development and reach hassle-free government services to the people.
The deputy commissioners must give priority to the country’s largest part of the people living in the rural area and devote themselves to fulfil people’s expectations
In this regard, all concerned will have to extend all out cooperation to the new deputy commissioners. Peoples’ representatives like local lawmakers, municipality or city corporation mayors, upazila chairmen, union parishad chairmen and councillors must cooperate with the newly appointed deputy commissioners to maintain law and order and ensure peaceful environment in their respective districts ahead of the next national polls. All the stakeholders led by local lawmakers and deputy commissioners will have to perform their lawful responsibilities remaining above all kinds of fear and greed to ensure grassroots people’s welfare amid this ongoing global crisis.