CA for Environment and Forests Debashish Roy of Bangladesh

Raja Barrister Debashish Roy is the current King of the Chakma Tribe, Bangladesh's largest indigenous community.
In the 1970 general election Raja Tridev Roy had been elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan as one of the only two non Awami League candidates from East Pakistan.
After the emergence of Bangladesh, Crown Prince Debashish Roy was proclaimed King due to the absence of his father.
Raja Debashish Roy is a lawyer by profession and currently serves as Special Assistant to the Chief Advisor of Bangladesh (Head of the Interim Government) with rank and status of a State Minister.
Mother Arati Roy was a disciple of the Great Actor Singer and Rabindra Sangeet stalwart Pankaj Mallick on one hand and Suprobha Sarkar, the Doyen of Nazrul Geeti on the other.
Dewan, former adviser to Ershad government on CHT affairs, said, ``Raja Tridib Roy is supposed to arrive here on a visit to attend a ceremony to declare his grandson as prince.
Raja Debashish Roy said his father might visit Bangladesh ``any time in future.
Tridib Roy was the Pakistani envoy in several countries after independence of Bangladesh as he was all along loyal to successive Pakistani regimes.
Special Assistant to the Ministry of Environment and Forest Raja Debashish Roy was present at the concluding ceremony of the fair at the Osmani Memorial auditorium as the chief guest.
Chief Advisers Special Assistant on Forest and Environment Raja Debashish Roy was present as the chief guest and Forest and Environment Secretary Abul Hasan Mohammad Rezaul Kabir was the special guest of the programme.
Speaking as the chief guest, Raja Debashish Roy said it is not enough to make the DoF liable for failure in forest conservation and management, changes should be made in the forest policies and laws.
Superintendent of Police Debashish Roy said villagers on Tuesday night saw nine bodies floating in the Ganga at Panchanandapur and informed the local police.
During 1971, Tridip Roy was opposed to the independence war of Bangladesh.