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BREB chief declares zero tolerance against bribe

The Bangladesh Rural Electrification Board (BREB) chairman has issued a strict order to the engineers, officers and staff of the board to stop corruption and irregularities at the field-level.

Zero tolerance will be showed against bribe, corruption and irregularities in delivering services to the BREB subscribers, warned Major General (Retired) Moin Uddin.

He was speaking as the chief guest at a conference, organised by the board for its deputy general managers (DGMs) at the BREB head office in the capital on Saturday.

More than 300 DGMs along with BREB’s field-level superintendent and executive engineers under the 80 Rural Power Cooperatives (Palli Bidyut Samity) across the country took part in the conference.

Addressing the programme, Moin Uddin gave a strict order to them to adhere to the zero tolerance policy and ensure subscriber-friendly services at the field level.

“Action will be taken against those who will be found involved in any sort of corruption, bribery and irregularities in delivering services to the clients,” the BREB chairman said.

BREB members Joynal Abedin and Md Mostafa Kamal were present, among others.

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