14 Bishwamvarpur News

Today, a parliamentary body formed a sub-committee of three members to investigate alleged irregularities in the acquisition of one acre and 100 decimals of land in order to build a Police Bureau of Intelligence in Cox's Bazar. At a meeting at Jatiya Sangsad Bhaban, the parliamentary standing committee for land ministry reached the final decision. Mokbul Hossain (chief of the parliamentary watchdog) told The Daily Star that Habibur Rahman, Ruling Awami League MP from Bogura-5, was elected as the convener of this sub-committee. Umme Fatema Begum and Monoranjan Shilgopal, AL MPs from Dinajpur-1, were also made members. The sub-committee had to submit its report within one month to the main committee. Mokbul Hossain, who emerged from the meeting, said that The Daily Star had published a May report on widespread irregularities in the acquisition of land for a PBI office. It was located in Kolatoli Bypass Road, which is adjacent to Chattogram-Cox's Bazar highway. "After reviewi