Leader Sheik Hasina has asked for the British executive, David Cameron, to survey the United Kingdom’s choice forcing a restriction on direct air payload from Dhaka to London.
The Bangladesh head made the solicitation on Monday in a letter answering to the British executive, said government high authorities.
The UK has, meanwhile, recommended designating one of the four proposed British organizations to oversee and give preparing to the powers worried for airplane terminal security.
The solicitation was made in a letter from British high magistrate in Dhaka Alison Blake sent last Sunday to the common flight and tourism clergyman, Rashed Khan Menon.
The issue was talked about amid the meeting with a British designation at the PM’s office on Monday and additionally at a meeting directed by the common flying and tourism priest Rashed Khan Menon at the service on Sunday night.
Common flying and tourism priest Rashed Khan Menon told Prothom Alo, “We need to comprehend the issue by 20 March. We are likewise get ready to take endorsement from the bureau panel on buy on that day.”
He said two British security administration contractual workers organizations are planned to touch base in Dhaka on Tuesday and Wednesday and the choice will be made after the gatherings.
Service sources said it is critical to find a way to enhance the security of Shahjalal air terminal furthermore to give security to the London-bound flights of Bangladesh Biman by 31 March.
Bangladesh and UK concurred on the measures taken to encourage enhance the security standard at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, including obtaining of cutting edge ground taking care of gear and expanding the quantity of security work force.
Service sources said the four British organizations are-Group 4S, Redline, Restrata, and Wesminister Group PLC.
Among them, Group 4S authorities said they don’t have any experience or specialization in giving airplane terminal security. Later, it was chosen that one among the other three will be chosen after discourse.
Answer to UK PM’s letter: In her answer to Cameron on Monday, Sheik Hasina communicated her wish to cooperate with the British government in regards to change in all parts of airplane terminal security.
In her letter, the Bangladesh head administrator asked for the British leader to audit UK’s choice around a prohibition on direct air load from Dhaka to London.
Reshuffle of Secretaries: Amidst the airplane terminal security discussion, the legislature reshuffled six secretaries and authorities of comparative rank on Monday.
Common aeronautics secretary Khorshed Alam Chowdhury has been made an individual from the arranging commission while arranging secretary SM Golam Faruk was made common flying secretary.
On Sunday, the administration selected Air Vice Marshal Ehsanul Gani Chowdhury director of the common aeronautics power, Bangladesh (CAAB) on nomination.