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Punishment does not fit the crime, controversy does not stop

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Recently, former MP HM Golam Reza accused Satkhira Deputy Commissioner (DC) Mohammad Humayun Kabir of taking bribe. He gave a written complaint to various departments including the Ministry of Public Administration. According to his complaint, the DC took one and a half crore taka by assuring that he would cooperate in the 12th National Assembly elections. Later did not cooperate. Money is not returned.

When asked about this, Mohammad Humayun Kabir told Prothom Alo on Saturday that he (former member of parliament) has complained to the authorities. Authorities will now investigate the complaint.

Sources of the Ministry of Public Administration say that the punishment for violation of the code of conduct by government officials is clearly stated in the code of conduct. Again, basic training is imparted through Bangladesh Public Administration Training Center (PATC) located in Savar and legal related training through BCS Administration Academy located in Shahbagh of the capital. Apart from this, many officers receive various levels of training at home and abroad. In almost all training officers are reminded that they are servants of the people. Yet many officials are misbehaving.

When asked, Senior Secretary of Public Administration Ministry Mohammad Mezbah Uddin Chowdhury told Prothom Alo that officials are trained at various levels for behavioral excellence. Incidents of malpractice in administration are not high. However, the events that are happening are seen with importance. Accused persons are brought to justice.

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