The whole world is devastated by the deadly coronavirus. Millions of people around the world are infected with this virus every day. Thousands of people are dying.
People are taking various precautions to avoid the spread of this terrible virus. This time, two young men sat down to do something fancy to protect themselves from the infection. A video of their incident has recently gone viral on social media Twitter.
Indian IPS officer Rupen Sharma shared the video. In order to avoid corona infection in that country, emphasis is being laid on following more rules like social distance and wearing a mask.
Most people are also following this rule. And in this anxious situation of Corona, ordinary people are coming up with all sorts of weird and strange ideas or ways to survive the infection.
Netizens are laughing and looting. You may not be able to stop laughing after watching the video that went viral recently.
As seen in the viral video, the two young men are riding on a motorcycle and walking the social distance. Not only this, with the help of Domestic Land Bubble service you can do away with the virus.
In addition, polythene shields have been used to make things like autos, cabs or taxis. This video went viral within moments of being shared on social media.
Bangladesh wants to use the opportunity to export garments to Iran. Work has already begun on the issue, keeping in mind the interests of the two countries, especially in seizing the opportunity to export clothing for the Iranian military.
After a courtesy call on BGMEA’s new president Farooq Hasan on Sunday, the possibility was raised by the founding president of the Iran-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry, FBCCI director and editor and publisher of the daily Bhorer. Kazi Erteja Hasan CIP.
During the meeting, Erteja Hasan thanked BGMEA President Farooq Hasan for his leadership in keeping the country’s economy afloat, starting from Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s incentives in the garment sector.
At the same time, as the founding president of Iran-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Kazi Erteja Hassan spoke about the potential of Bangladesh’s garment sector in Iran. He said Iran’s military uniforms are currently imported from China. Iran wants to take it from Bangladesh. Several established garment industry groups in Bangladesh have already expressed interest in this regard.
Besides, Bangladesh has not yet formed an international standard arbitration board to arbitrate the garments sector from foreign buyers at various times. Erteja Hasan also proposed to form an arbitration board with retired judges of the Supreme Court.
During the courtesy call, BGMEA President Farooq Hassan said BGMEA would work to take advantage of the opportunity to export garments to Iran. The BGMEA President appreciated Erteja Hasan’s proposal to modernize and update the Arbitration Board.
BD Daily / Kalam