|Creation of Rangpur, Mymensingh and Comilla Divisions before election for democracy|
|Saturday, 27 September 2008|
The Hon’ble Chief Adviser,
Sub: Creation of Rangpur, Mymensingh and Comilla Divisions before election for democracy
Assalamu Alaikum. I am observing from here that you are trying your best to bring positive changes in socio-economic-political situation of Bangladesh after taking the responsibility of the Chief Adviser, CTG. As were not aware the root causes of the emergence of the present situation, your government could not take the necessary steps. Now you have very limited time in hand.
Since 1982, my mission is to build Bangladesh a rapid developing democratic state. Now Bangladesh needs three fundamental institutional reforms: a) 3 new Divisions i.e. Rangpur, Mymensingh and Comilla for democratic SAUS, b) Bicameral Parliament for Democratic Government system and c) productive, responsible and anti-corruptive National Pay Structure (Lowest-Highest Ratio shall be at 1 : 20 instead of the Present 1 : 9.5).
In 1984-90s I met eleven times with Sk. Hasina and three times with Khaleda Zia on those issues and others. Then, their mind was raw and fresh. For that reason, I could organize Barisal and Sylhet Divisions in Khaleda Zia’s regime (1992-93) and Union Area into 9 Wards (1996) in Sk. Hasina’s regime. When I reminded her again in 2001, she took step to organize Rangpur Division. So, the creation of 3 new Divisions is consensus issue to BNP and Awami League chief Leaders. However, some reforms especially area reform is difficult for political parties as have dependency on voters. But it is easier for Care Taker Neutral Government. It needs no Ordinance. Administrative steps are enough for these. It will take maximum two months.
If you kindly discuss the issues with Sk. Hasina and Khaleda Zia and request them about creating Rangpur, Mymensingh and Comilla before election, they will give you their consent. Even, they may give you consent for issuing an Interim Order for election of Bicameral Parliament if time permit. These are non-party political issue and reforms. Only those reforms shall bring the qualitative change in the political, economic, social and cultural institutions and situation in Bangladesh. Of them, democratic SAUS is most important as it ensures rapid political, economic, social and cultural development of the people. They are voters in National and Local Governments.
Let our national election on 18th December be peaceful. Let we be blessed with Prosperous Democratic Bangladesh and the good ending of the CTG.
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