BAJUS for doing gold businesses with guidelines
Bangladesh Jewellers’ Association (BAJUS) has urged the gold traders for doing business in line with the guideline of the organisation.
BAJUS vice president Anwar Hossain made the call while addressing a view-exchange meeting with Magura unit leaders and stakeholders in the district town on Wednesday.
BAJUS assistant secretary Liton Hawladar, executive member Reponul Hasan and Khulna divisional president Raqibul Islam Chowdhury were special guests while Magura district unit convenor Bimal Kumar Biswas presided over the meeting.
“Under leadership of BAJUS President Sayem Sobhan Anvir, the members are more organised than past. We can tackle any challenging situation peacefully working together,” Anwar Hossain said.
The central leader claimed that the members of the organisation increased to 40 thousand from 7 thousand in last ten months under prudent leadership of BAJUS President.
“Sayem Sobhan Anvir believes that gold businesses will be promoted in the light of appropriate policies across the country with mutual benefits of traders and buyers,” Hossain added.
BAJUS leaders appreciated the role of Bashundhara Group for setting up gold refinery industry first time in Bangladesh saying that will usher in a new chapter in the business of the precious metal in the country.
“This factory will not only make the country's gold readily available, but will also earn a lot of foreign currencies by exporting gold abroad. Many people will get employment,” added BAJUS vice president.
Magura Jewellers’ Association former general secretary Abdur Razzaque, local businesses Ohidul Islam, Haran Bhadra, Tapan Kumar Biswas, Imdad Khan, Samaren Boidya and Sadhan Karmaker were also present on the occasion.
BAJUS formed a six-member committee for conducting Magura Jewellers’ Association with Raqibul Islam Chowdhury as convener.