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On the first day of the seven-day strict ban to prevent sudden upward corona infection, there was a sense of relaxation all over the country, including the capital. Nowhere was such strictness noticed. Although long-distance transport was closed, some passenger buses were seen plying in the capital in the morning. As time went on, private cars, CNG, Laguna, autorickshaws and rickshaws were all over Dhaka. Public gatherings have also been noticed in some places. Traders have staged demonstrations in different parts of the country including the capital under the banner of Shop Owners Association. Traffic jams are also created in those areas.
Meanwhile, long-distance buses, trains, launches and domestic flights were closed for seven days. Large shopping malls, markets and shopping malls were not seen to open. Hotels and restaurants have also been opened in Badda, Rampura, Malibagh, Kakrail, Shantinagar and other parts of the capital. Besides, most of the shops in the alleys of the capital were also open. Public and private offices, industries and mills were also open. Banks and the stock market are also limited. Crowds can be noticed in most of the banks. Passengers on their way to work are in trouble as there is a ban on public transport. Some go to the office on foot. Someone goes to work in a rickshaw or CNG autorickshaw with extra fare. Strict adherence to hygiene rules was not observed.
Raw bazaars and daily necessities were to be traded in the open from 8 am to 4 pm in accordance with hygiene rules. However, in the morning, images of different areas were seen as before. Many raw markets were open till night. Rubel Hossain, a small trader from North Badda, expressed his displeasure, saying, “The crackdown is only on ordinary people. Those of us who eat every day have to abide by all the prohibitions. All government and private offices are open. Private car is running. Book fair is open, sports are being played in the stadium. My family lives in small shops. Open the shop at the urging of the stomach and follow the hygiene rules. But it had to be stopped. What will happen to us! ‘Meanwhile, it is forbidden to stop eating in hotels and restaurants. But many restaurants can be seen sitting and eating. The owner of a food hotel in the Muslim market in Mirpur said, ‘Low-income people come here to eat. They work and eat. Where to eat? ’Not all pedestrians on the streets are equally aware of hygiene. Many people can be seen walking without masks in Mirpur area. Sabbir Hossain, who came to buy vegetables without a mask at a mobile shop in Mirpur’s D Block 12, said, “There are no people on the streets. Shop next to the house. The risk is less now. So I didn’t use a mask. ‘
No long distance bus left from the capital Dhaka. Besides, no long distance public transport was allowed to enter Dhaka. Besides, no passenger train left from Kamalapur railway station and no launch left from Sadarghat. In the case of public transport, law enforcement has been seen to be in a somewhat tight position. In the morning I went to Gabtoli bus terminal and saw that the whole counter was empty. No bus left from there to any distant destination. Besides, no bus was seen coming from any other district. The counter was closed.
Meanwhile, it was reported that the police stopped several buses while entering Dhaka from outside the capital. At the same time, many people were seen leaving Dhaka on foot from Gabtali via Aminbazar Bridge to Savar due to lack of transportation. The same picture was seen at Sayedabad terminal. No long distance bus left from there. The counters were closed. The same picture is of Sadarghat launch terminal. No launch left Sadarghat. Besides, no long-range launch reached the terminal. Railway Minister Nurul Islam Sujan said, “All types of passenger trains except emergency food and freight trains are closed.” Shopping centers were also open in some places. Some people keep the shop open as the administration did not ban it. Jamal Uddin, a vendor at Bismillah Shopping Center in Pallabi, said, “There are very few customers in the morning. Sales will increase after a while. What will happen if there is a ban, people don’t have to eat? ’In some areas including Mirpur Rupnagar, all types of vehicles except buses can be seen running. All kinds of shops were also open. Abul Hashem, manager of Nayan Electric, said, “We have not been given any instructions by the administration. So we opened the store. On the first day of the ban, all illegal floating shops were removed from the main road of Karwan Bazar under the leadership of Regional Executive Officer an
d Executive Magistrate Masud Hossain. At that time, people were fined Tk 35,000 for serving food inside the two hotels. 17 people have been fined Tk 1,600 for not using masks properly. A fine of Tk 1,000 has been imposed for keeping a hardware store open. The two have been fined Tk 1,500 for keeping goods on the sidewalk. Besides, the onions were confiscated and sold at auction for Tk 4,200. Besides, a mobile court was conducted in Mirpur area under the leadership of Saleha Binte Siraj, Regional Executive Officer and Executive Magistrate of Mirpur-10. At that time, a total fine of Tk 36,500 was imposed in 15 cases for violating the instructions under Section 25 (1) of the Infectious Diseases (Prevention, Remedy and Eradication) Act, 2017. A mobile court headed by Executive Magistrate Tajwar Akram Sakapi Ibn Sajjad was conducted in Nikunj area. A fine of Tk 15,000 was imposed in three cases.
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