From now you can’t go saint martin as when you want. Visitors have to register online before traveling to St. Martin. Every day only 1,250 tourists can go to St. Martin Island. An action plan is being taken to protect St. Martin. In this plan, can decide the ban on nightmare in St. Martin, said Director General of the Department of Environment. Sultan Ahmad.
He said this at the seminar on ‘Environment Management’ in Cox’s Bazar held at a hotel in Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday. Sultan Ahmad said, St. Martin’s great wealth of the country. If it is not possible to protect nature and the environment, then the atmosphere of St. Martin will be very awful.
Cox’s Bazar Deputy Commissioner (Human Resource Development) SM Sarwar Kamal chaired the seminar and participated in the discussion. Cornel Anwarul Islam, Additional Superintendent of Police Abedil Islam, Director of Environment Department and Director of Rio project Mohammad Ziaul Haque, Joint Director Ferdous Hossain Khan, President of Cox’s Bazar Press Club Mahbubur Rahman, General Secretary Abu Taher and Cox’s Bazar Environment Preservation Council President Dipak Sharma Dipu.
In the seminar, it is said that now as the ECA area, the St. Martin, Sonadia and the sea beaches have now become environmentally vulnerable. For this, development work will be done through a master plan. To bring back the previous environment. Hotel-motel zone has been caught due to pollution without planning.