What we hear from researchers: Let's hear.

Md. Shabbir Hasan

We are such a nation that what should we hear but not hear that and obey. On June 24, the news came out that the amount of millionaires within the country has increased by 6,026 in one year. The rise is about 11 percent than before. Consistent with the newspaper, this is often the knowledge of the financial institution. Only those that have crores of rupees and more in bank deposits have it in their account. Needless to mention, there are tons of rich and super-rich people out there.

The good news is that the amount of rich people is increasing. But on an equivalent day, BIDS research data was found: 1 crore 84 lakh people became poor within the country. The income of urban workers has decreased by 60 percent which of rural workers by 10 percent. In the meantime, another news: it's been decided to shut 25 jute mills under Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation. About 25,000 workers are going to be unemployed at an equivalent time. This is often an enormous bad news for 25 thousand families. Corona's omnipresent frustration, poverty, and bakery cobalt such a decision! Could be! Within the golden age of jute everywhere the planet, in Bangladesh, the state-owned jute mill workers involved a farewell for all at once.

Yeah, Al that sounds pretty crap to me, it seems like BT aint on behalf of me either. More and more people within the country are getting millionaires to millionaires. What might be a much bigger development than this? Consistent with the news, the entire number of depositors within the banking sector until December 2019 is 10 crore 75 lakh 95 thousand 211. The entire deposit was 12 lakh 14 thousand 455 crore rupees. About 43.39 percent of it's the deposit of millionaires. In other words, the presence of millionaires is becoming the most think about the country's economy. But even such 'positive' news isn't getting to be celebrated. Because, at an equivalent time, the researchers of BIDS (Binayak Sen, Manzur Hossain, KAS Murshid) mentioned a bunch of ruthless fears from the sector. It seems that before Corona, the entire unemployment was 16 percent. Corona has made 13 percent of the people unemployed. We don't know where this trend will go. BIDS only warned the country. Researcher Dr. consistent with Manzur Hossain's research, the loss of small and medium industries in only two months is around Tk 92,000 crore. How can people bear these losses? How will they survive? there's no answer anywhere. Just like the present, the longer term is filled with extreme uncertainty. Eighty-three percent of workers within the sector say they're uncertain about their salaries within the coming days.

Wisdom says that a balanced distribution of wealth could prevent this uncertainty. Bangladesh Bank's billionaire updated data shows that the country had and still has resources. But the wealth has accumulated within the hands of a couple. Aside from the billionaires in bank accounts, there are many other millionaires within the country. These wealthy people became and still own wealth from this country. But those whose prosperity is thanks to their labor and therefore the welfare of the consumers are endangered in both livelihood and coronation. Wealthy people need a little share of the funds today to guard these workers or consumers. it's needed as a state tax to save lots of people.
The coexistence of millionaires and therefore the poor is ugly

The abundance and coexistence of millionaires and therefore the poor is ugly. It’s moral, political, economic — not acceptable in any way. Not even tolerable at the end of the day. Inequality is multifaceted within the country today. Inequality in wealth, inequality in income, inequality in suffering. The ultimate sort of various inequalities is being seen across the country. It’s only gaining momentum in various steps.

In the past, various international organizations have said that regardless of how small the economy, the large feature of Bangladesh is that it's easy to 'create wealth' here. ‘Skilled’ Many ‘entrepreneurs’ have used and are using it; he's getting various policy support. Last month, a report by British research firm Wealth-X found that Bangladesh topped the list of nations with the fastest-growing wealth within the world. From 2010 to 2019, the typical annual growth of the population with quite ৫০ 5 million within the world's fastest-growing markets was 14.3 percent. After Bangladesh, Vietnam and China are within the second and third place. In other words, the buildup and accumulation of wealth in Bangladesh are occurring in no time. A category is in a position to try to do this through various facilities. But they need to sustain this 'gold mine' of wealth creation. Politics is his legitimate way. One of the tools to curb the inequality of the society is to reform the tax structure. In developed countries, some of the wealth of the super-rich is invested in health, education, and housing for the underprivileged in society as additional taxes. But where is it in Bangladesh? The jute mills that when did business successfully, we are making a loss-making company and blaming the workers, now we are shutting down the entire sector. So what's the skill of the large officials of the Jute Mills Corporation and therefore the ministry? Whose fault is 25,000 workers losing their jobs today? Have we ever wondered how the teenagers, young and old of those families are going to be emotionally broken by the news of the closure of the factory? Whose fault is ruining the future?

If the poor working people still be hit one after the opposite and therefore the number of millionaires continues to rise, it'll become a threat to the very existence of the country at the end of the day. This example is against the national interest. within the words of economist Moinul Islam, 10 percent of the upper crust people are becoming 19 times more 'opportunity to earn' than the lower 10 percent. How long can this abnormality last? The country's top professional researchers are reporting on the breakdown of society supported their data. Will we still deduct the proper to a lifetime of billions of individuals below two dollars? Or move towards resource redistribution? The decision-making process could also be over. Binayak Sen has been free from liability to history for saying that. But you've got to rear for the entire fact rather be victim of all.


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