The Detailed Area Plan (Dap) of Dhaka City is inequitable towards a rich people as it proposes unsymmetrical civic facilities, speakers during a contention pronounced yesterday.
It proposes twenty times some-more residential land for a rich than for a low-paid people in a capital, pronounced Mahabubul Bari, confidant to a Rwanda supervision upon transportation.
Bangladesh Institute of Planners (BIP), Poribesh Bachao Andolon (Poba) as well as Work for a Better Bangladesh (WBB) Trust mutually organized a contention during a Jatiya Press Club.
The devise proposes 34 percent land of a city for a 44 lakh high-income people whilst 0.3 percent for a little 45 lakh bad as well as those underneath a misery line.
It implies which race firmness in posh Gulshan, Banani as well as Baridhara areas will be 235 people per hactare whilst 6,040 for a bad as well as dive dwellers, Bari told a discussion.
Moreover, relocation of a squatter settlements has been due in a non-productive border areas with a rich in a centre.
Though a singular train can lift a passengers of 40 in isolation cars, a Dap encourages a latter, he said, by banning non-motorised vehicles.
He additionally celebrated which building a whole of flyovers would not compromise trade overload in a city.
Md Johurul Hoq, arch locale planner for Rajuk, pronounced they have been unequivocally perplexing to exercise a Dap which will end in 2015. “Rajuk has due creation a subsequent plan,” he said.
The finalised Dap was published in central bulletin in Jun final year. But a execution was shortly done theme to a ‘final’ examination by a seven-member cupboard body, in a face of extreme antithesis from a genuine estate developers together with dual lawmakers.
Poba Chairman Abu Naser Khan purported which state-run Rajdhani Unnayan Kartripakkha (Rajuk) is some-more intent in appropriation a lands of typical people to rise opposite residential plots for a rich as well as those influential.
Rajuk should give up a purpose as a genuine estate organisation as well as contingency manage expansion control, pronounced Syed Mahbubul Alam, executive of a WBB Trust.
Md Shawkat Ali Khan, clamp boss of BIP, in in in between others, spoke.