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The Bangladesh (Freedom Fighters) Welfare Trust Order, 1972 (President's Order)


12. (1) The Trust shall have its own Fund to be called the Bangladesh (Freedom Fighters) Welfare Fund which shall consist of-
(a) grants and loans from the Government;
(b) donations from the public or any agency, institutions, organisations- foreign, national or international;
(c) aid and assistance received from foreign Governments; and
(d) income from the undertakings and properties held or managed by the Trust.
(2) The Trust, with prior approval of the Government, borrow money from a Commercial Bank or any other financial institution for the purpose of carrying out its functions under this Order.
(3) All receipts of the Trust from any source whatsoever shall be credited to the Fund and shall be administered in such manner as may be prescribed by the Board, and until such regulations are made, by the Chairman thereof, and shall be applied to meet all expenditure connected with the execution of the measures for which the Trust is responsible and all charges necessary for the discharge of its functions.
(4) The Fund shall be kept in any bank or banks approved by the Government.

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