All four technocrat ministers quit

United News of Bangladesh . Dhaka | Published: 00:00, Nov 07,2018 | Updated: 00:04, Nov 07,2018

 
 

From left — religious affairs minister Motiur Rahman, posts, telecommunications and information technology minister Mustafa Jabbar, expatriates' welfare and overseas employment minister Nurul Islam and science and technology minister Yafes Osman.— New Age file photos

Hours after prime minister Sheikh Hasina asked them to step down, four technocrat ministers of the current cabinet resigned on Tuesday evening.
Expatriates’ welfare and overseas employment minister Nurul Islam, religious affairs minister Matior Rahman, science and technology minister Yafesh Osman and posts, telecommunications and information technology minister Mustafa Jabbar rendered their resignation letters to the prime minister through the Cabinet Division.
Nurul Islam’s personal secretary Abul Hasnat Humayun Kabir submitted his resignation letter to the Cabinet Division around 6:30pm, said his assistant private secretary-2 Niaj Morshed Niru.
Matior’s personal secretary Anwar Hossain said he submitted the religious affairs minister’s resignation letter to the Cabinet Division around 7:15pm.
Meanwhile, science and technology minister submitted his resignation letter through his personal assistant Ujjal Chowdhury after 6:00pm.
Mustafa Jabbar’s resignation was submitted to the Cabinet Division, said the Cabinet Division officials.
Earlier on the day, the prime minister directed the four technocrat ministers to quit the cabinet, said Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader while talking to reporters at Ganobhaban after the cabinet meeting.
He also said that the other ministers would remain there as usual in their respective posts.

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