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Dhaka, The city of traffic jam is empty now

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  18 Jun 2024, 16:23
Photo: Saikat Ahmed

Millions of people left the capital and went to the villages due to the holy Eid-ul-Azha holiday. As a result Dhaka is mostly empty. There was no traffic jam on the familiar road. A few public transports are running but many are running with empty seats.

On Tuesday (18 June) from morning to noon, this image was seen by visiting Karwan Bazar, Gabtali, Shanir Akhra, Rampura and Paltan areas of the capital.

It can be seen on the ground that the presence of vehicles and passengers on the roads of Dhaka is less since morning. However, some private vehicles, CNG autorickshaws and rickshaws are operaing.

People who came out on the road said that the road is empty during the Eid holidays, so the one-hour journey takes 10-15 minutes.

The day after Eid, there are some vehicles on the almost empty streets of the capital. Picked up from Karwan Bazaar.

Roni Khan reached Karwan Bazar area in 20 minutes by bus from Gabtali in the capital. He said, Dhaka is busy on other days so I went out on Eid vacation. Because many have gone to celebrate Eid in the village. There is no chaos of people in the capital.

Meanwhile, many people have gone out in rickshaws in empty Dhaka. Kahhar Sami, a passenger who took a rickshaw from Shanir Akhra area of ​​the capital, said that he did not go to the village this Eid. It feels good roaming around the empty streets of Dhaka. So I went out with my family.

Shimul, the driver of a bus leaving from Uttara, said that now there are less cars on the road and there are not many passengers. Still some passengers are available, so I went out with bus.


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