Newly appointed Deputy Commissioner of Rajbari District Abu Qaiser Khan held an exchange of views with journalists of electronic and print media working in the district on Saturday, January 15 at 10 am.
In the morning, in the conference room of the Deputy Commissioner, half a hundred journalists working in the district took part in the exchange of views and highlighted the various problems of the district. The Deputy Commissioner listened to the journalists very patiently and assured to solve them.
Additional Deputy Commissioner (Overall) Md. Mahbubur Rahman Sheikh and Assistant Commissioner Bipul Sikder were present at the meeting.
District Commissioner Abu Qaiser Khan sought the cooperation of all to manage the district in a good manner and maintain peace and order in the district.
Rajbari Press Club President Khan Md Zahurul Haque, General Secretary and Editor of Daily Matrikantha Khandaker Abdul Matin, Observer's Representative Md Mosharraf Hossain, General Secretary of Television Journalists Association, Kazi Abdul Quddus Babu, President of Rajbari Journalists Forum and others spoke at the meeting. Khandaker Rabiul Islam, District Correspondent of Global TV and Bangladesh Post, Debashish Biswas, District Correspondent of Bangladesh Pratidin and DBC News.
Earlier, the new deputy commissioner held an exchange meeting with the heroic freedom fighters of the district at 9 am.
It is mentioned that the house of the newly appointed Deputy Commissioner of 24th BCS cadre Abu Kaiser Khan is in Shibchar of Madaripur district.
He started his career as Assistant Commissioner in Kurigram Deputy Commissioner's Office. He was then appointed as Assistant Commissioner (Land) at Kulaura in Sunamganj Sadar and Moulvibazar. Later, while working as an Upazila Nirbahi Officer at Delduar in Tangail District, he was working in the Ministry of Education as Senior Assistant Secretary and was promoted to Deputy Secretary in the Ministry of Public Administration. His wife Zeenat Afrin is working in the Department of Assistant Professor (History) at Government Titumir College, Dhaka. He is currently a resident of the capital Dhaka.