Bogra Correspondent: Anti-Corruption Commission Head Office Director Benazir Ahmed has said that the time has come to prevent corruption. He said, if corruption is not stopped, the country's progress is and will be disrupted. ACC is working to fight corruption directly across the country and the Anti Corruption Committee is doing preventive activities to protect the future generation from the scourge of corruption. Although the activities were somewhat limited due to the Corona epidemic, the activities to prevent corruption have been started again at the grass root level in full swing. Anti-corruption public hearing has already started at division and district level. This director of the ACC said that if corruption occurs today or tomorrow, the corrupt person or organization will be brought under the law, so he urged everyone to be careful while there is still time. He said the above words in the Chief Guest's speech at the meeting with the leaders of the District Anti-Corruption Committee at the Anti-Corruption Commission Bogra district office on Thursday evening. ACC Bogra District Office Deputy Director Md. Moniruzzaman's overall management spoke on behalf of the district committee president Md. Mozammel Haque, vice president Add. Binoy Kumar Das (Bishu), General Secretary Amresh Mukherjee, District Committee Executive Members Dr. Shahnewaz Hossain George, Dr. Akhtaruzzaman Mintu, Principal Al Mamun Sardar, Rahima Khatun, Tahmina Parveen Shyamoli and Journalist Sanju Roy respectively. ACC Bogra District Office Assistant Director Md. Kamruzzaman, Noor Alam and Atiqur Rahman respectively, Deputy Assistant Director Md. Roknuzzaman Sarkar and others were present in the meeting. ACC director Benazir Ahmed expressed his satisfaction after seeing and hearing the activities of Bogra district anti-corruption committee in the meeting. He spoke about accelerating preventive activities in Bogra to create anti-corruption mentality among the students with renewed enthusiasm and urged everyone to play a role in creating an anti-corruption circle in the society as a part of the ACC family.