A man named Sajib Munshi was carrying passengers in a private car heading to Paturia with a fake sticker of a newspaper called Daily Ekusher Bani, ignoring a severe lockdown at Shibala in Manikganj on the Dhaka-Paturia highway. Additional Superintendent of Police Tania Sultana of Shibalaya Circle detained the private car (Dhaka Metro-19-9633) at Barangail stand of the upazila. Many vehicles were later seized in the raid. Those who are traveling using fake stickers or identity cards. Most of them are returning home with a severe lockdown.
Police on Sunday arrested at least 20 people for carrying fancy passengers in sticky stickers of Petrobangla, postal department and cash. Everyone has been sued for cheating.
Meanwhile, the Paturia-Daulatdia and Aricha-Kazirhat waterways were closed to all types of vehicles and passengers except emergency services and freight transport.
Additional Superintendent of Police of Shibalaya Circle Tania Sultan told Kaler Kanth that the police of Manikganj are working on the highway to implement the strict lockdown given by the government to prevent coronavirus infection. Police check posts were set up at various places on the highway to implement the lockdown. At that time, Sajib Munshi was carrying passengers in the car of a private car driver with a fake sticker of a newspaper called ‘Ekusher Bani’. He was later found guilty of cheating during interrogation. He has been charged under the Traffic Act.
In the same manner, a driver is carrying passengers in a private car with a sticker of postal cash. When questioned, Shibalaya wants to introduce himself as an influential leader of the ruling party in the upazila. Like everyone else, he was sued.
He also said that cases have been filed against at least 20 vehicles carrying fake stickers of several pharmaceutical companies including Petrobangla.
Citizens have expressed deep concern over the killing of workers in Banshkhali upazila of Chittagong district and demanded justice for those involved in it.
In a statement, Sujan said: , giving the holy month of Ramadan working hours reduced from 6 hours to 9 hours of fasting and protesting workers demanding saharira during the strike, and five workers were killed by police fire sparked; Which is the name of the murder. At least 30 people, including three policemen, were injured in clashes between police and workers; Five of them are in critical condition.
“We strongly condemn this incident on behalf of Citizens for Good Governance and call for the immediate formation of a judicial inquiry committee to identify the culprits, including the police, and bring them to justice,” the statement said. At the same time, I am demanding proper medical treatment for the injured and compensation to the families of the victims and the injured.
Sujan thinks the unfortunate incident happened because the workers’ fair demands were not met; Whose liability the owner cannot in any way avoid. Earlier in 2016, four people were killed in clashes with police when locals protested demanding the cancellation of the power plant in the area, the statement said.
“While we are celebrating the golden jubilee of independence, the indiscriminate killing of helpless workers in an independent country is unacceptable,” the statement said.