BARVIDA (Bangladesh Reconditioned Vehicles Importers and Dealers Association) leaders submitted proposals to figure jointly with BRTA to regulate road accidents and improving the transport system of Dhaka. The BARVIDA Leaders demanded to demolish the ‘dual registration system’ which is currently active within the country for once the importers then for the car buyers. The business leaders requested the BRTA Chairman to regulate importing of substandard commercial vehicles and to develop the R&D (Research and Development) wing of BRTA. Besides, they praised the fast service of BRTA registration and fitness of the vehicles.
The observations came at a gathering today (4-11-2020) with the Chairman of BRTA Mr. Nur Mohammad Majumdar at his office.
BARVIDA President Mr. Abdul Haque led the delegation. Secretary-General Mr. Mohammed Shahidul Islam, vice president Mr. Mohd. Saiful Islam (Samrat), Treasurer Mr. Mohammed Anisur Rahman, and Cultural Secretary Mr. Benazir Ahmed attended the meeting.
The BRTA Chairman accepted the BARVIDA proposals positively and guaranteed them of implementing those as soon as possible. He, however, formed a sub-committee and instructed it to figure on the ‘dual registration system’ within existing law.
Khandaker Aliour Rahman, Secretary of BRTA, Mr. Azizul Islam, Director (Admin.), and therefore the high officials of BRTA also attended the meeting.
News Source: Barta24