In the last 24 hours (until 8 am on Wednesday), 83 more people have died of coronavirus infection in the country. At the same time, 6,626 new patients have been identified.Corona infection has been detected in 6 lakh 59 thousand 26 people in the country so far. 9 thousand 448 of them have died.This information was given in the press release of the Department of Health on Wednesday (April 7).In the last 24 hours, 34,006 samples were tested in the country, including antigen-based tests. Considering the number of tests, the patient identification rate is 22.02 percent
The Meteorological Department has forecast storms and rains in five parts of the country, including the Kushtia region. In other parts of the country, the weather will be mostly dry with cloudy skies.
The Meteorological Department said in a forecast for the next 24 hours from 9am on Wednesday (April 8).
According to the forecast, there may be temporary gusts or thundershowers in Kushtia, Rangpur, Rajshahi, Dhaka, Mymensingh and Sylhet divisions. Elsewhere in the country, the weather will be mainly dry with temporary partly cloudy skies.
The meteorological office added that daytime temperatures across the country could remain almost unchanged today and nighttime temperatures could rise slightly.
According to the forecast, the western part of the low pressure area is located in West Bengal and adjoining areas, while the other extension extends to the North Bay.
RAB has arrested Rafiqul Islam Madani from Netrokona. He is said to have been arrested on charges of making anti-state remarks and creating chaos.
Imran Khan, assistant director of RAB’s legal and media wing, confirmed the matter on Wednesday (April 7th).
Rafiqul Islam Madani became known as ‘Shishu Bakta’ from the anti-Modi protest procession at Shapla Chattar in the capital on March 25 (Thursday) at noon.
On the same day, the police arrested 11 people including Madani and took them away in a covered van. Later, however, he was released at night.
Rafiqul Islam has read hadith in Jamia Madania Baridhara Madrasa located next to Madani Avenue in Baridhara of the capital. Besides, he is the vice-president of Netrokona district of BNP-Jamaat alliance’s ally Jamiat Ulamaye Islam’s affiliate Juba Jamiat.
In Gulistan of the capital, Dhaka Readymade Garments Traders Cooperative Society held a human chain and demonstration demanding the opening of shops in compliance with the health rules.
The organization held the program in front of Fulbaria Super Market-2 around 11am on Wednesday. After that, around 11:30 pm, the police chased the shopkeepers in front of the BRTC counter.
Police prevented them from trying to block the road in front of the BRTC counter. At this stage, the police tried to stop them from throwing brickbats. Later the shopkeepers left the area.
It can be seen on the spot that due to the chase, the traffic in Gulistan area was stopped for about 20 minutes. He threw brickbats at the police. Police later chased them away from the road.
Dhaka Readymade Garments Traders Cooperative Association President. Abdul Mannan said, “If the shop is not allowed to open in a day or two, a larger program will be given. I request the government to keep the shop open in compliance with the hygiene rules. ”