April 13, 2021

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Excess of rent, but still getting relief from the bus

Kabir Hossain will go to Gulistan. But when he got on the bus, he got off the bus asking for extra fare. After an increase of 60 per cent, he got off the bus in anger because the fare of 10 rupees was not 18 rupees but 20 rupees.Kabir Hossain said, I always go to Gulistan with 10 rupees. But they are not allowing me to get on the bus for less than 20 rupees. Never have a bus, but extra fare. Ordinary people like us have to suffer because of the bizarre decisions of the administration. Not only Kabir Hossain, most of the passengers standing in the bus line have the same complaint.

Today is the third day of a strict ban on the spread of coronavirus. Public transport was also supposed to be closed due to this ban. However, public transport has been allowed to operate in the city corporation areas from 8 am to 6 pm on Wednesday (April 7) to ease the suffering of the people by relaxing the strict seven-day restrictions imposed by the government.

Public transport has been seen operating in the capital since morning with permission. The competition to get on and off the bus has started.

After being closed for two days, the bus is running at its own speed. Taking extra fare from the passengers. Although some people are annoyed with the extra fare, many are relieved to be able to get on the bus again.

Office-goer Arif Hossain said the helpers were overcharging. But there is nothing to do. We are ordinary people, suffering is our constant companion. Even if the bus stops, it is difficult for us to move, and again we have to pay extra fare. But we have nothing. We are helpless.

Reshmi, who is going to the office, said, “I am getting extra rent, but I am getting a bus. This is peace.” The last two days I had to go to the office with great difficulty. And rickshaw pullers and CNG pullers have also caused a lot of trouble. Now even if you pay 20 rupees for 20 rupees, there is no problem to walk on the road.

However, in the new decision, even though there is a ban on outside public transport entering the city, outside public transport is entering the capital Dhaka ignoring it.

In the Kajla area of ​​the Dhaka-Chittagong highway, numerous buses from Narayanganj are entering the capital. At the same time, long distance buses from Sylhet, Comilla and Laksam areas were also seen entering.

On Tuesday (April 6), Minister for Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader announced the decision to launch public transport services in all city corporation areas of the country, including Dhaka. He said the decision would take effect on Wednesday, April 6 and would remain in force until further notice.

It is the third day of a strict ban on the spread of coronavirus. However, to reduce the suffering of the people, public transport has been allowed to operate in the city corporation areas from 8 am to 6 pm.

With permission, public transport has been seen operating in the capital since morning on Wednesday (April 8). However, a number of conditions have been put in place for public transport.

The Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) has issued a notification banning the movement of public transport in the city corporation area from 6 am to 6 pm until further notice.

The conditions mentioned are–

1. The city corporation will be able to operate public transport on the roads under the area from 6 am to 6 pm leaving half the capacity of seats vacant.

2. At the beginning and end of the trip, the car should be disinfected with disinfectant.

3. Ensure mandatory wearing of masks and use of hand sanitizers by motorists, other workers and passengers involved in transport.

4. No additional rent can be collected in any way.

5. Other government guidelines must be followed to prevent the spread of corona infection.

. Long-distance public transport will remain closed until further notice.

On Tuesday (April 6), Minister for Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader announced the decision to launch public transport services in all city corporation areas of the country, including Dhaka. He said the decision would take effect on Wednesday, April 6 and would remain in force until further notice.

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