Voicing worry over the suspension of conveying payload on non-stop flights from Dhaka to the UK by the British government, BGMEA pioneers on Thursday asked the legislature to start a quick government-level arrangement to have the limitation loose, reports news organization UNB.
President of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) Md Siddiqur Rahman thought of the call at a press instructions at BGMEA Bhaban in the capital, two days after the suspension of conveying load on non-stop flights by the UK government.
“The nation’s readymade articles of clothing fare will be severely influenced with the confinement as the UK is an imperative business sector for Bangladesh as readymade pieces of clothing worth US$ 3 billion are every year sent out to the European nation,” he said.
Siddiqur asked the legislature to step for satisfying the worldwide security necessities at the nation’s internationals air terminals inside of the 31-March due date as given by the British government.
“The administration ought to educate the UK government about what measures Bangladesh is going to take for reinforcing security at the air terminals and solicitation it to unwind the limitation till 31 March next,” he said.
He said some 10-15 percent of RMG products are traded through air shipments every year. “On the off chance that the limitation proceeds with, numerous requests will be wiped out, bringing about expanded air shipment cost for utilizing roundabout air flights.
On Tuesday last, the British government said payload won’t be permitted on non-stop flights from Dhaka to the UK until further notice.
It said a late security evaluation at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka observed that some universal security necessities were not being met.