LGRD Minister Tajul Islam says: 10 percent holding tax will be waived if roof gardening is done in houses

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LGRD Minister Tajul Islam says: 10 percent holding tax will be waived if roof gardening is done in houses

 

Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives Minister Tajul Islam says: 10 percent holding tax will be waived if roof gardening is done in houses


LGRD Minister Tajul Islam says: 10 percent holding tax will be waived if roof gardening is done in houses
LGRD Minister Tajul Islam says: 10 percent holding tax
will be waived if roof gardening is done in houses


He was speaking as the chief guest at the inaugural function of the tree planting program and Mist Blower on the occasion of the birth centenary of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman organized by Dhaka North City Corporation on Wednesday (March 18).


The minister said a decision has been taken to waive the holding tax of 10 percent on all the houses which will be planted with rooftops. This decision will be effective from now on.


He said, “Bangladesh believes in maintaining friendly and good bilateral relations with all countries. We welcome all development partners and organizations to contribute to the development of our country. ”


In this context, he said, “We know our country, we know the soil and people of my country, culture, plants, and animals. Therefore, we should coordinate our thoughts and decisions while selecting development projects and financing development partners and organizations. ”


The Minister further said that Father of the Nation Sheikh Mujibur Rahman united the Bengali nation and liberated the country in 1971 through the Great War of Liberation. He then returned to the country and took all kinds of initiatives to rebuild the war-torn country and brought significant changes in just three and a half years.


Highlighting the country's economic statistics before and after independence, he said the country's per capita income was ড 94 when Bangabandhu took office. But in just three and a half years, Bangabandhu raised the country's per capita income to ৭৭ 28. Not only that, in the war-torn country, progress was made in the development of all sectors including agriculture, education, health, industry, development of communication infrastructure.


Tajul Islam said that after the brutal assassination of Bangabandhu, the country did not develop in that way. After the formation of the first government by Sheikh Hasina in 1996, the development progress of the country started with a new initiative. But despite the slowdown in development from 2002 to 2006, the Awami League came to power in the second term in 2009 and the country's economy began to grow rapidly.


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