Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Advocate Anisul Haque on Sunday called for upgrading everyone for surviving in this ever changing world.
“In order to survive successfully in this changing world, everyone from the lowest position to the highest position must be promoted to a timely, modern and global standard. And for this there is no alternative to training,” he said.He was speaking at the inauguration programme of the 143rd online refreshers’ course for district and session judges and special judges at the Judicial Administration Training Institute.
Today’s online training courses are also one of the outputs of the changing world especially in the coronavirus pandemic, he said, adding that COVID-19 has forced all to organize the online training course, even the courts have enacted IT laws and introduced virtual courts during the pandemic.
He said under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Bangladesh has achieved all the qualifications to be recognized as a developing country by the United Nations.
On the eve of Bangladesh’s transition from Least Developed Country (LDC) status and embarking on its journey as a developing country, the country is in a state of transition, he said, adding that at this time it is needed to ensure the rule of law, justice and good governance in order to continue the progress of economic, social and humanitarian indicators.
Anisul said that everyone and every institute should work towards the same goal – and that is the development of the people of the country.
Director General of Judicial Administration Training Institute Justice Khandaker Musa Khaled presided over the ceremony while Law and Justice Division Secretary Md Golam Sarwar also spoke on the occasion.