An explosion took place at a pharmaceutical factory called Bengal Drug and Chemical Works (Pharmaceuticals) in the BSIC industrial city of Comilla. At least six workers were injured when the walls and glass of the building shattered. The blast took place on the second floor of the building around 10 am on Wednesday.Police and firefighters rushed to the scene after the blast. Comilla Assistant Director of Fire Service without investigation. Although Jasim Uddin did not say anything clear about the blast, the factory manager Rezaul Karim claimed that the blast was caused by AC.kalerkantho
According to the investigation, a large stock of chemicals was kept in a pharmaceutical factory called Bengal Drug and Chemical Works (Pharmaceuticals). Many speculate that the explosion may have been caused by these stored chemicals.
Factory manager Rezaul Karim said the building was shaken by an explosion on the second floor of the building at around 10am. Various parts of the building including the walls collapsed. 7/8 workers were injured.
The injured are Sharmin (18), Zulekha Begum (38), Shamima (40), Al Amin (25), Fahmida (20) and Fatema (35). They were rescued and first taken to Comilla General Hospital. Later, seriously injured factory workers Al-Amin and cleaner Shamima Akhter were admitted to Comilla Medical College Hospital for treatment.
Medical College Hospital burn unit chief said. Mirza Tayebul Islam said that although there was an explosion, no one’s body was burnt, there were fractures. They are being treated in the general ward.
Comilla Kotwali Model Police Station OC Anwarul Haque said, “We rushed to the spot after hearing about the blast.” Some people have been rescued and sent to the hospital. The details of the incident cannot be told.
Assistant Director of Fire Service. Jasim Uddin said the blast took place on the second floor of a three-storey building of the factory. After receiving the news, the injured people were rescued from the second floor. They were mainly injured in the blast by hitting bricks and various glass walls.
He added that the factory owner claimed that the AC had exploded there. However, after the explosion, all the possible causes of the explosion will be investigated by looking at the damage to the building and various chemicals stored on the second floor.
Dhaka-Sylhet old highway in the Surma tea garden area of Habiganj motorcycle-pickup collided head-on with the vice president of Chunarughat Municipal BCL. Sipon Khan (26) was killed. Md. Sipon Municipal City. Son of Nasir Khan.
The accident took place at 1.30 pm on Wednesday. Upon receiving the news, Teliapara outpost police and BGB members seized the pickup and recovered the body of the deceased.
Rezaul Haque Rubel, a student of the 2006-07 session of the statistics department, was made the president and Iqbal Hossain Tipu, the general secretary of the 2010-11 session of the marketing department, was made the general secretary on July 14, 2019. They were also directed to form a full committee and send them to the central cell. But after 18 months, they could not complete the committee. At various times, the workers have organized human chain and protests demanding a full committee.
Rezaul Haque Rubel, chairman of the committee, told Kaler Kanth that the full committee will be announced as soon as the campus opens after the coronation. Asked if the committee could not be announced even after a long time before Corona, he said, “As soon as we got the responsibility, we undertook several activities including stopping infiltrators and non-students in the BCL and bringing loyal BCL workers to the committee.” “After opening the campus, I will ask the university administration and the BCL authorities to take action,” Rubel said of the non-student BCL nominees roaming the campus.
General Secretary Iqbal Hossain Tipu said, “Many people are still on campus for various reasons. In addition, many homes are located around the campus, so they come and go to discuss various campus-centric issues. We don’t have the means to stop them on campus. It is exclusively in the hands of the university authorities. However, those who do not have students. I will not bring them to the BCL committee and involvement. Many have left with dignity. I hope they will do the same. ‘
It is to be noted that after the announcement of the two-member committee in 2019, the concerned people including the Central Students League faced criticism that ‘President Rubel has no student status and is too old’.