According to the Rules of Procedure of the National Assembly, the Parliamentary Committees under the Ministry are required to meet at least once a month. However, most of the parliamentary committees are not following this rule. One of the parliamentary committees which does not meet regularly is the Parliamentary Committee related to the Ministry of Finance. In the current parliament, a parliamentary committee related to the Ministry of Finance was formed on February 8, 2019. Since then, the committee has met only eight times in the last three and a half years.
Abul Hasan Mahmud Ali, chairman of the parliamentary standing committee on finance ministry, wanted to know why the meeting was not held regularly The Prothom-aloSaid to the reporter, ‘for Kovid, you do not know all closed, the meeting is not? Can these be done? To risk. ‘
Mahmud Ali did not agree to say anything about the agenda of today’s meeting. He said that after the meeting, all will be informed through press release.
According to the Rules of Procedure of the Jatiya Sangsad, the function of the Parliamentary Committee under the Ministry is to examine any bill or matter sent from the Parliament and to review the work of the Ministry under the Committee. To investigate the work of the ministry or irregularities and serious allegations and to examine and recommend any matter under the purview of the committee if the committee deems it appropriate. However, most of the eight meetings held by the Parliamentary Committee on the Ministry of Finance were mainly to examine the bill.