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Buses to ply amid BNP-Jamaat's 48-hour blockade

  • Owners refuse to respond to ‘anti-people’ strike
  • Blockade to begin at 6am on Sunday


Update : 05 Nov 2023, 12:05 AM

Dhaka Sarak Paribahan Malik Samity has decided to run buses and minibusses on Dhaka city and inter-district routes during a 48-hour countrywide blockade to be enforced by the BNP. 

A press release signed by the Office Secretary of Dhaka Sarak Paribahan Malik Samity, Samdani Khandaker, said that the decision was taken in a meeting held on Saturday with the leaders of the association, transport companies, and workers' leaders about “the hartal called by BNP-Jamaat.”

The leaders urged the owners of the association or company to keep the movement of vehicles normal on all routes.

The owners and workers will never respond to the "anti-people" strike, the press release said.

They said that they reject the strike call “with hatred.”

The blockade will begin at 6am Sunday and end at 6am Tuesday across the country.

BNP Senior Joint Secretary General Ruhul Kabir Rizvi called upon the country’s people along with BNP supporters to observe the programme spontaneously to make it successful.

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