Grameenphone sealed a chit of bargain (MoU) with a Information Commission to assistance lift citizens’ recognition by promulgation giveaway content messages yesterday.
Grameenphone (GP) will right away pass out open recognition messages underneath a Right to Information Act (RTIA) to a 70 million mobile customers as well as assistance exercise a act.
Under a MoU, GP will additionally discharge messages as footnotes in journal commercials, as well as in scrolls along with TV commercials. GP-sponsored corkscrew club will additionally uncover messages during TV channels’ headlines programmes.
Nepal Chandra Sarker, cabinet member of Information Commission, as well as Mahmud Hossain, arch corporate affairs military officer of GP, sealed a MoU upon interest of their particular organization during a elect bureau during Sher-e Bangla Nagar in Dhaka.
Informative content messages, as well as voice messages for those who cannot read, will be sent to mobile users, pronounced Chief Information Commissioner Muhammad Zamir.
“This beginning will assistance safeguard great governance as well as transparency, as some-more people will turn wakeful of their right to information, which in a future will have a bureaucratic organizations some-more accountable,” he said.
Subsequent stairs might embody call centers where people can call for information, he added.
Grameenphone Chief Executive Officer Oddvar Hesjedal pronounced a bid is partial of a company’s joining to corporate amicable responsibility.
“We have been happy to await a elect in ensuring giveaway upsurge of report unchanging with RTIA. We additionally goal this beginning will assistance government’s devise to safeguard great governance in each level,” he said.
“It would accelerate a peculiarity of supervision services when people begin asking questions, given they have been authorised to ask questions now,” he added. GP will await a elect in serve growth of the website, so which it becomes some-more user-friendly as well as functional, pronounced Hesjedal.
Range Birte Lund, envoy of Norway to Bangladesh, as well as Sadeka Halim, report commissioner, additionally spoke.