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27 May 2022


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In Photos: Dhaka wears a different look

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Published: 15:51, 2 May 2022   Update: 15:55, 2 May 2022
In Photos: Dhaka wears a different look

Panthapath - an always crowded street in the capital - turns like lifeless as people left for their villages to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr. The photo was taken on Monday. Business Insider Bangladesh Photo

The traffic movement in Dhaka became thin on Monday ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr, which is set to be celebrated on Tuesday. 

A large number of its citizens left for their roots to celebrate the Eid holiday. Consequently, the Dhaka streets have lost the usual look. The city traffic was almost thin as the homebound people started leaving the city since Friday. 

The three-day public holiday marking the Eid-ul-Fitr began on Sunday. However, the movement of rickshaws, auto-rickshaws, and private vehicles was notable.

CNG-driven auto-rickshaws are plying on the streets of Nikunja on Monday. Business Insider Bangladesh Photo

The movement of private vehicles was remarkable in some parts of the capital. The photo was taken on Monday from in front of Dhaka Regency at Khilkhet. Business Insider Bangladesh Photo

The Satmasjid Road in the capital witnessed a thin traffic, while the street always remains crowded with various types of vehicles in regular days. The photo was taken on Monday. Business Insider Bangladesh Photo

 

The photo taken Monday shows a lower public transport than usual on Satmasjid Road. Business Insider Bangladesh Photo

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