Bangladesh: The influx of people into the city after Eid could be a cause for concern Bangladesh
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Bangladesh: The influx of people into the city after Eid could be a cause for concern

Bangladesh Live News | @banglalivenews | 14 May 2021, 11:58 pm

Dhaka, May 14, 2021: Awami League General Secretary and Minister for Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader has expressed concern that Eid-ul-Fitr may be a cause for concern.

He made the remarks at a regular briefing at his official residence on Friday (May 14th).

"Experts fear a new push in the rate of infection and death due to the influx of villagers on Eid," he said, adding that ignoring the advice of health experts and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina could cost a fortune. Public gatherings should be avoided and hygiene and 100% masks should be worn.

Wishing the people of the country and the Muslim world a happy Eid, Obaidul Quader said, "I wish the victims of Korona healing and good health, hope and uninterrupted peace, progress and prosperity." In the spirit of friendship, harmony, sympathy and brotherhood, let us build a united bond to overcome all crises, including the epidemic, on the holy Eid-ul-Fitr.

He said the holy Eid-ul-Fitr is being celebrated peacefully through mutual brotherhood, social responsibility and physical distance to control corona infection and adherence to hygiene rules. In the same way that Bangladesh has overcome the crisis in the past and lit the golden lamp of hope under the leadership of Sheikh Hasina, Bangladesh will overcome the Corona crisis and move forward on the path of desired development with renewed vigor.

The general secretary of the Awami League said, "When the light of the depths of the mind shines, we remove the base of Amanisha and awaken ourselves, the society and the country in the innate Bengali consciousness of compassion." This Eid, not the last Eid, let's wait for the next morning, the colorful Eid.

He said, "In this difficult time, especially in the Corona War, those who are fighting from the front lines, keeping their family members away, have done their service.