General Insurance Corporation paid Tk 40 crore to the government

General Insurance Corporation has given the government a dividend of TK 40 crores for the year 2017. Chairman of the Board of Directors of General Insurance Corporation, Professor Shibli Rubyat-ul-Islam handed over the check to the Finance Minister Abul Malik Abdul Muhith in the conference room of the Finance Ministry at the Secretariat on Sunday (October 28).

At that time, the secretary of the financial institution was present. Syed Shahriar Ahsan, managing director of Asadul Islam, General Insurance Corporation, said: During this time, the Finance Minister said, Such comments are not correct on the government, the business can not do it.

The general insurance corporation is the brightest example, the current government does not do business, but it is better to be involved in some businesses. Because, the general insurance government has its own organization. “He further said,” Before the claim of insurance, I have only complained, now it is not.

According to Professor Shibli Rubyat-ul-Islam, chairman of General Insurance Corporation, the general insurance corporation has given a tattoo of Rs 80 crore to the government and has given VAT of Rs 90 crores annually. General insurance business growth ranges from 22 percent to 40 percent. In 2010, the corporation paid the demand of 3.5 billion rupees, taking 301 million 73 taka, and hoped that this year would earn around 400 million rupees.