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RAJSHAHI: Fazley Hossain Badsha, MP, general secretary of Workers Party of Bangladesh (WPB), said the construction works of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Hi-Tech Park in Rajshahi will be completed within the stipulated time.
He said the construction works are going on in full swing as the boundary wall around the 31.63 acres of the project area is taking shape along with the five storied incubation centre in the first phase. The park is expected to create job opportunities for around 14,000 youth both boys and girls.
The lawmaker made this observation while addressing a public gathering in city’s Haragram area on Friday as the chief guest.
As per the government decision, he said the park has provision for attracting foreign companies to set up operations in the country alongside developing indigenous technological capability for the development of the local industries.
In true sense, the park intends to create conducive atmosphere for establishing ICT, engineering, electronics, telecommunication, biotechnology and other related knowledge-based industry.
Besides, providing necessary administrative supports to the potential entrepreneurs interested in investing at the Hi-Tech Park that will ensure electricity, water, sewerage, gas, telephone, internet and other utility services.
Government is implementing various programmes across the country to create opportunities for earning foreign currency through online outsourcing, he added.
“Freelancing is an extremely prospective sector worldwide and now it is getting popularity in our country,” said the lawmaker.
City unit general secretary of WPB Debashish Pramanik, Ward Councilors of Rajshahi City Corporation Nuruzzaman Tuku and Md Kamruzzaman and school teacher Golam Sarwar Swapan also spoke.