No worries about vaccine coming: Information Minister

Information Minister said that there is no fear about the arrival of corona vaccine in the country. Hasan Mahmud. The minister was responding to a question from reporters at the Rangpur Circuit House on Friday (January 6) at 1:15 pm. At the time, the minister said, there was no concern about the corona vaccine. According to the agreement, the vaccine will arrive from India in time. Those who at the beginning of the corona spread various fears, fears, corpses lying on the streets, they are now spreading misinformation about the corona vaccine.

He said Bangladesh has a very good position in the Asia subcontinent in dealing with Corona under the leadership of Hon’ble Prime Minister. Bangladesh will get corona vaccine in time. The Indian Ambassador to Bangladesh has confirmed the timely receipt of the coronavirus vaccine. So there is no fear about this, he said.

Responding to a question from journalists about the freedom of the media, the minister said the way the media can work independently in Bangladesh cannot be done even in many developed countries.

Regarding the launch of BTV’s full-fledged broadcasting stations outside Dhaka and Chittagong, the minister said BTV’s full-fledged broadcasting stations would be set up in six more divisional cities in the country. He also said that it would be possible to set up a full-fledged BTV broadcasting center in Rangpur in the next two to two and a half years.

Deputy Commissioner at the time. Asib Ahsan, District Awami League President Mamtaz Uddin Ahmed, General Secretary Advocate Rezaul Karim Raju, Joint General Secretary Motahar Hossain Mandal, General Secretary of Mahanagar Awami League Tushar Kanti Mandal and other leaders and workers were present.

Earlier, after landing at Syedpur Airport by air from Dhaka, the Minister reached Rangpur Circuit House by road. At that time, the district administration and party leaders and workers greeted the minister with flowers.

After resting at the circuit house, the minister will visit BTV’s Rangpur sub-station and radio station and exchange views with district and metropolitan Awami League leaders in the afternoon.

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