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Urges not to increase prices during Ramadan

From the beginning of the month of Ramadan, the Deputy Commissioner urged the traders to keep the wholesale and retail prices of daily necessities in Natore within the purchasing power of the people. Shahriaz. The Natore district administration on Wednesday exchanged views with traders to keep the prices of daily necessities stable during the upcoming Ramadan.

Additional District Magistrate Rahima Khatun, District Council Chairman Advocate Sajedur Rahman Khan, Additional Deputy Commissioner (Overall) Mohammad Nadeem Sarwar, Additional Superintendent of Police Mir Asaduzzaman, Market Monitoring Officer Nur Momen, food, consumer goods and raw material business leaders addressed the meeting.

For the purpose of traders, the deputy commissioner said, the goods should be traded in every shop without making sure that the buyers and sellers wear masks. Market monitoring activities will be intensified during the month of Ramadan. If the prices of consumer goods are increased by syndicating, mobile courts will be conducted if necessary.
BD Daily / A Majumdar

 

RAB has arrested a drug dealer named Miru Hossain (38) from Siddhirganj in Narayanganj along with 13 kg of cannabis. He was arrested in a raid in Mouchak area of ​​Siddhirganj. The arrested accused is the son of late Abdul Wadud of Dagrapara area under Brahmanpara police station in Comilla.

This information has been given in a press release sent by Additional Superintendent of Police of RAB-11 Jasim Uddin Chowdhury on Wednesday (March 31) at 5:30 pm.

He said in the notification that the accused Miru Hossain had been smuggling cannabis from Comilla to Dhaka, Narayanganj, Narsingdi and surrounding areas for a long time in order to gain financial advantage.
He also said that legal action was being taken against the arrested accused at Siddhirganj police station.

BD Daily / A Majumdar

Beri dams in Paikgachha and Dakope of Khulna have broken and vast areas have been flooded. Among them, erosion occurred on the banks of Shibsa river in Soladana Patkelpota area of ​​Paikgachha on Wednesday. At any moment, there is a danger that the whole area will be flooded if the embankment of Shivsa river breaks.

In addition, a 300-meter embankment in the Pankhali Khalisha area of ​​Polder No. 31 of the Water Development Board in Dakope has been severely damaged. On Wednesday, river water entered the area and submerged crop fields in four villages of Pankhali and Chalna municipal areas. The farmers have lost about one thousand bighas of land including paddy, watermelon and vegetables.

Farid Uddin, SO of the Water Development Board, said the rupture was caused by a sudden rise in water level in the river by about two feet due to abnormal tides.
Meanwhile, repair work of Dakope dam has started on local initiative. On Wednesday, Dakop Upazila Nirbahi Officer Mintu Biswas supervised the construction of the dam from the spot.
Former Upazila Chairman Alhaj Sheikh Abul Hossain, Chalna Municipality Mayor Sanat Kumar Biswas, UP Chairman Sheikh Abdul Quader, Upazila Project Implementation Officer Sheikh Abdul Quader were present.

BD Daily / A Majumdar