In the meeting, Jasim Uddin also said that it is important to ensure a better working environment to develop the leather and leather products of Bangladesh in the world market and obtain the necessary international certificates. Besides, the modernization of this sector requires the inclusion of youth.
FBCCI Senior Vice President Mustafa Azad Chowdhury, Vice President Md. Amin Helali, chairman of the organization’s leather sector standing committee Mohammad Nazmul Hasan and acting director Shaheen Ahmed, National Small and Cottage Industries Association of Bangladesh (NASIB) president Mirza Nurul Gani and others were present in the meeting.
Mustafa Azad Chowdhury said that one cold store and modern animal slaughterhouse or slaughter house can be constructed in each district to preserve the skins of local animals. Animal slaughterhouses can also be a source of good business if animal slaughtering is conducted properly as per government guidelines.