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The Minister of Environment has directed to act appropriately to prevent noise pollution
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The Minister of Environment has directed to act appropriately to prevent noise pollution

The Minister of Environment has directed to act appropriately to prevent noise pollution

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Md. Shahab Uddin, Minister of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, (MoEFCC), (Bangladesh), instructed to prevent noise pollution.

Noise pollution is increasing day by day in different places of Dhaka city/cities. Therefore, Shahab Uddin has given special instructions to those concerned to act appropriately to prevent noise pollution.



In Dhaka, noise pollution is one of the most significant sources of environmental pollution. It is not only aggravating but also dangerous to one’s health. The World Health Organization has determined maximum acceptable noise levels above which individuals get hampered; various studies found that those maximum levels are routinely surpassing in many places of Dhaka city.

According to substantial research, the public views noise pollution as a significant problem. Noise pollution triggers problems such as annoyance, headaches, irritability, difficulty concentrating, and sleeping problems.

However, he gave the directive at a meeting to review the implementation progress of the ADP (Annual Development Program) development project of the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change on Wednesday (15 September 2021).



Shahab Uddin, who joined the meeting via video conference, emphasized that all concerned should work hard to improve the country’s general atmosphere. The project’s work to promote tree planting and the environment should prioritize from the very beginning. Work must be of acceptable quality.

Begum Habibun Nahar (Deputy Minister of the Ministry), Mostafa Kamal (Secretary), Ahmed Shamim Al Razi (Additional Secretary (Development)), Md. Moniruzzaman (Additional Secretary (Environment)), Ashraf Uddin (Director General of the Department of Environment), and Md. Amir Hossain Chowdhury (Chief Forest Conservator of the Forest Department), project director, senior ministry officials, and subordinate offices/agencies also attended the meeting.

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