With the five new advisers joining the caretaker government in Bangladesh, the government has realocated their offices .
They are as follows. Dr Mirza Azizul Islam--finance and planning ministry, Maj Gen (retd) MA Matin--shipping, land and Liberation War affairs ministries, Iftekhar Ahmed Chowdhury--foreign affairs, and expatriates' welfare and overseas employment ministries, M Anwarul Iqbal -- LGRD and cooperatives, textiles and jute ministries, AMM Shawkat Ali--health and family welfare, food and disaster management ministries, Maj Gen (retd) Ghulam Quader-- communications, and housing and public works ministries, Rasheda K Chowdhury--primary and mass education, and women and children affairs ministries, Hossain Zillur Rahman --education and commerce ministries, CS Karim-- agriculture and water resources ministries and AF Hassan Ariff--law and parliamentary affairs and religious affairs ministries.
A later report said that three special assistants to the chief adviser were appointed on Thursday evening with the rank and status of state minister, aimed at expanding the cabinet of the caretaker government. The special assistants are Brig Gen (retd) MA Malek, former PDB chairman, Prof M Tamim of Buet, and Barrister Debashis Roy.