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The Daily Star Sunday, July 29, 2012

Bangladesh has both financial and technical capabilities to construct Padma bridge, and the government should move ahead confidently and maintaining transparency in the process, without being subservient to donors.

Expressing this view at a seminar in the capital yesterday, economists and engineers suggested that the government stop making contradictory statements about funding the bridge project.

The road to Padma Bridge Project: 2007-2012

Titled “Technical and Financial Ability of Bangladesh to Construct the Padma Bridge”, the seminar was organised by Engineers and Architects for Environment and Development and held at the Institution of Engineers.

Addressing the seminar, economist Anu Muhammad questioned the silence of the prime minister’s economic adviser Moshiur Rahman on the Padma bridge project.

“He [Moshiur] made the World Bank the lead partner in the project. Then he became the integrity adviser in the project, but now he is not saying anything about…

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