SRO No. 255-Law/2022, on “The Air Pollution Rules 2022”, dated 25 July 2022October 31, 2022
Aiming to protect environmental health, the government has published a new rule based on section 20 of The Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act, 1995. The main objectives of this rule are to prevent, control, and reduce air pollution. The government will appoint a director general who will be responsible for managing and maintaining the environmental issue. The Rule specified several types of pollution such as pollution caused by factories, vehicles, construction, garbage, etc. According to the new rule, there will be a committee that will impose damages and punishment for such pollution. As stated by the rule, the government will give rewards to those who will protest against pollution and do not cause any type of pollution.
- SRO No. 53/Law/2023 dated 5 March 2023 issued by the Ministry of Environment and Forests on “Environmental Conservation Rules 2023”
- March 31, 2023
- Circular No. 06 dated 2 March 2023 issued by the Banking Regulation and Policy Department of the Bangladesh Bank on “Exemption from the General Credit Limit under Section 26B(1) of the Bank Company Act 1991 for Electricity Producing Companies”
- March 31, 2023
- Bill No. 06 dated 22 January 2023 issued by Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission (“BERC”) on “Amendment of the Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission Act 2003”
- January 25, 2023
- Parliament re-enacted the law named Bangladesh Oil, Gas and Mineral Corporation Ordinance, 1985 to Bangladesh Oil, Gas and Mineral Corporation Act 2022, dated 20 November 2022.
- November 23, 2022
- Parliamentary Amendment on Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission 2017, dated 20 November 2022.
- November 21, 2022