Gabtoli cattle market in the capital witnessed increasing number of sacrificial animals Rajib Dhar/Dhaka Tribune
Cattle traders and buyers gather at Gabtoli haat day before Eid-ul-Azha Rajib Dhar/Dhaka Tribune
Cattle traders struggling to control the sacrificial animal Rajib Dhar/Dhaka Tribune
Cow, camel, dumba, and goat etc arrived Gabtoli at market till the midnight during Eid-ul-Azha Rajib Dhar/Dhaka Tribune
Gabtoli cattle market drew buyers ahead of Eid-ul-AzhaRajib Dhar/Dhaka Tribune
Cattle from different parts of the country came to Gabtoli market, one of the biggest cattle markets in the capital city of Dhaka.
The selling of sacrificial animals drew crowd in the city’s 21 temporary cattle markets as also in the permanent market of Gabtoli till the midnight before Eid-ul-Azha.
This year the government fixed 2,954 spots in 11 city corporations of the country for slaughtering sacrificial animals during Eid-ul-Azha.
Watch towers were set up as part of the initiatives taken by the law enforcement agencies to ensure the security of the cattle trades as well the buyers.