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The movement to protect trees continues, board members request CDA to look at alternative ways

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Along with the collective environmental protection movement, Ala Uddin, professor of Anthropology Department of Chittagong University, demonstrated in that area on his own initiative. He hanged placards on centennial trees demanding not to cut trees.

Meanwhile, the board member and project director of Chittagong Development Authority (CDA), the project implementing agency, inspected the Tigerpass designated Ramp Road this afternoon in the face of the agitation.

At this time, project director and executive engineer. Mahfuzur Rahman told reporters that the design of the ramp has been formulated. It is designed to protect the centenary trees. The piling work was supposed to start after Eid. No big trees will be cut to build this ramp. 44 small trees will be cut. Work will not be done on double-decker roads. The ramp will be lifted from the road below.

The project director said that the objection of the civil society has been informed to the Ministry of Housing and Public Works. Now if the ministry approves the work will be done, otherwise it will be done otherwise.

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