Staff Reporter: An inter-ministerial committee set up under the Commerce Ministry has recommended legal action against Evali, a controversial e-commerce platform, for violating the law. Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Commerce Hafizur Rahman said this at a press conference at the Secretariat on Tuesday afternoon.
Hafizur Rahman, additional secretary in the commerce ministry, said at the moment they have only recommended action against Evali. After receiving the report of Bangladesh Bank, the same action will be taken against the remaining 9 e-commerce platforms. Ten companies, including Evali, have violated the Digital Security Act, the Consumer Rights Act and the Penal Code.
“Some issues including Evali, Orange, Dhamaka have been discussed. They have broken the law. We will hand it over to the law enforcement agencies to take action in this regard. We have already written to the Home Ministry about Evali. I know they are working on it. ”
Source: Daily StockBangladesh by www.dailystockbangladesh.com.
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