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Hasina cancels PMO’s vehicle procurement plan, diverts fund to public healthcare

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has diverted Tk 15 crore, which was allocated for the procurement of vehicles for her office, to improve public healthcare services.

"An amount of Tk 15 crore was allocated for the procurement of motor vehicles for the Prime Minister's Office in 2021-2022 fiscal year. But the money has been diverted to the cause of people's healthcare services at the directive of the Prime Minister," said PM's Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim.

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He said the prime minister is giving utmost importance to public healthcare amid the Covid-19 situation. As such she cancelled the allocation of vehicle procurement and directed the authorities concerned to spend the money on public healthcare, Karim added.

In order to ensure the healthcare services for people during this coronavirus period, the PM has taken many steps, including recruitment of doctors and health workers, enhancing health infrastructure and equipment facilities, increasing ICUs, increasing hospital capacity, providing incentives for health workers and providing free Covid-19 vaccines to people, Karim said.

Hasina has made a special allocation for public health services.


"In addition to those regular arrangements, many more people will be benefited as the money allocated for PMO's vehicle procurement will be spent on healthcare service," he said.

 

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Hasina cancels PMO’s vehicle procurement plan, diverts fund to public healthcare

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has diverted Tk 15 crore, which was allocated for the procurement of vehicles for her office, to improve public healthcare services.

"An amount of Tk 15 crore was allocated for the procurement of motor vehicles for the Prime Minister's Office in 2021-2022 fiscal year. But the money has been diverted to the cause of people's healthcare services at the directive of the Prime Minister," said PM's Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim.

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He said the prime minister is giving utmost importance to public healthcare amid the Covid-19 situation. As such she cancelled the allocation of vehicle procurement and directed the authorities concerned to spend the money on public healthcare, Karim added.

In order to ensure the healthcare services for people during this coronavirus period, the PM has taken many steps, including recruitment of doctors and health workers, enhancing health infrastructure and equipment facilities, increasing ICUs, increasing hospital capacity, providing incentives for health workers and providing free Covid-19 vaccines to people, Karim said.

Hasina has made a special allocation for public health services.


"In addition to those regular arrangements, many more people will be benefited as the money allocated for PMO's vehicle procurement will be spent on healthcare service," he said.

Good, now if they could also steal 500 cr less this financial year and divert it towards healthcare that would be good.
 

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they should divert all public funds to BAF , so can they build up a trainer fleet and train the entire world's airforces
You are on something here ! Training the air forces of the world just maybe the ultimate goal.

It is AFTSO, Air Force Training Service Outsourcing !
The idea came from decades of providing troops to UN.
 

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Lmao, she already has BMW and bullet proof g wagon. Why does she need more
Wasn't that a 750iL, the BMW? I don't think BMW makes anything bigger, maybe custom versions.

Gelandwagen is a waste, I met one friend of a friend who had it and had a short ride in it. Pure waste of money IMHO.
 

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Wasn't that a 750iL, the BMW? I don't think BMW makes anything bigger, maybe custom versions.

Gelandwagen is a waste, I met one friend of a friend who had it and had a short ride in it. Pure waste of money IMHO.
Yes the 750iL are custom made for state use with armor plating and bullet proof glass. they also come with NBR protection.

gwagon is iconic for its uniform evolution and have become like the 911. I heard that the old ones (which she has) are trashy utilitarian vehicles with minimal comfort. But the new ones are quite comfortable, people are iffy they aren’t as strong as those old ones off-road.
 

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Yes the 750iL are custom made for state use with armor plating and bullet proof glass. they also come with NBR protection.

gwagon is iconic for its uniform evolution and have become like the 911. I heard that the old ones (which she has) are trashy utilitarian vehicles with minimal comfort. But the new ones are quite comfortable, people are iffy they aren’t as strong as those old ones off-road.
Yeah for my money I'd rather get the Land Cruiser LC300, but you gotta wait four years for your copy and you have to import it to the US. Toyota reduced production. It looks better than a Lexus IMHO. Plus who needs leather seats when you're jumping over sand dunes ?

 

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Yeah for my money I'd rather get the Land Cruiser LC300, but you gotta wait four years for your copy and you have to import it to the US. Toyota reduced production. It looks better than a Lexus IMHO. Plus who needs leather seats when you're jumping over sand dunes ?

Me too. Plus leather seats come as options on higher end land cruiser so you’re covered :)
 

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