The Caretaker government in Bangladesh has planned to set up a committee for appointments to Constitutional positions like the Chairman of the Public Service Commission, Comptroller of Accounts and similar posts. It has been strongly alleged that the in the past these constitutional posts were corrupted through political appointments.
In the context of this decision of the government, Dr M Zahir, a renowned jurist from Bangladesh analyzes the pros and cons of this probable committee.
He also said that provisions should be made in the constitution to keep President , the highest office , free from political polarization. He suggests that any such constitutional clauses which asks the member of parliaments to tow the party line should be amended.