Environment Minister Md Shahab-ud-din said today that the government is working to build a social movement to curb noise pollution.
“Various special programs are being implemented for this purpose. The government will provide training to all concerned, including drivers, to control noise pollution,” he said.
The minister was speaking to reporters this morning after inspecting a “one minute silence” program held in front of the Osmani Memorial Auditorium next to the secretariat.
The ministry’s Deputy Minister Habibn Nahar, Director General Farhina Ahmed, Undersecretary for Environmental Pollution Control Md Mizanur Rahman and other senior officials were also present.
At that time, banners, festoons and leaflets were distributed to vehicle drivers.
A ‘One Minute of Silence’ program was held in Dhaka city from 10 am to 10:01 am to raise public awareness about noise pollution.
To make the event a success, from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Sunday, officials and staff from government ministries, school and college scouts, traffic police and members of transport owners associations held banners and festoons. A human chain was formed at 11 key points. of Dhaka city.