Strict lockdown: Many imprisoned for breaking limits in Dhaka; police seeking to increase awareness

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More than 30 individuals were confined from before Rajuk Bhaban in Dhaka for challenging Covid-19 limitations and wellbeing rules on the multi day of the weeklong cross country “severe lockdown”.

Police will deliver them subsequent to giving them a preparation on the public authority forced limitations and wellbeing rules, said Assistant Police Commissioner of Motijheel Zone Abul Hasan, who was available there.

“We will make them mindful and discharge them after they guarantee us that they will not abuse the principles once more,” the police official said.

“This can be viewed as a mindfulness crusade,” he said.

The prisoners were seen hunching down on the pathway. This is their “discipline”, police said.

The law implementers will make a harder move against those disregarding rules from tomorrow, they said.

Police were additionally seen speaking with watchmen of a portion of the prisoners over telephone, reports our photojournalist Prabir Das from the spot.

Among the prisoners, Russel and Kamal were out on a cart because of a crisis. In any case, they were confined as the two were sharing a cart, not keeping up with physical removing.

Another prisoner, Sumon was approached to crouch the pathway as he didn’t wear veil as expected.

Some others were kept as they gave pardons like to have some tea at the local slow down – that were not crises – for going out.


Today, carts are overwhelming Dhaka roads. Some private vehicles are additionally handling the streets.

There were additionally a few bikes on the streets. Police are halting motorbikes conveying more than one rider.

Police set up registration at significant focuses including Tejgaon, Shahbagh and Palashir Mor and were seen investigating suburbanites on their explanations behind being out.

The bustling business center point Motijheel wore an abandoned look with not many carts and office-staff conveying vehicles.

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