Land Minister Saifuzzaman Chowdhury announced that the formulation of rules for the Land Crime Prevention and Remedies Act, 2023, is in its final stages. He expressed hope that the regulations for the act would be issued soon.
The minister shared this optimism during a workshop on smart land services organized for journalists in the secretariat at the media center located in the Bangladesh Secretariat on Monday.
Zahid Hossain Panir, Joint Secretary of Digitization, Knowledge Management, and Performance (DKMP) Division of the Ministry of Lands, participated as a discussant in the workshop, chaired by Bangladesh Secretariat Reporters Forum (BSRF) President Fasih Uddin Mahtab and General Secretary Masudul Haque. Officials from various levels of the Ministry of Lands also attended the workshop.
In his speech, Saifuzzaman Chowdhury said that due to the strong leadership and sincere interest of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, it has been possible to enact several important acts, including the much-awaited Land Crimes Prevention and Redress Act. He said the Land Ministry has entered the smart era by introducing several smart land services. Through this, the Land Ministry has emerged as one of the pioneers in building smart Bangladesh.