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Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 10: The streets of the capital were empty due to the holy Ashura holiday. There was no usual traffic jam on the roads. The pressure of daily vehicles on most roads of Dhaka was not seen on Tuesday. Few private and public transport were noticed. As a result, relief was seen among those who were in need or went out to travel.
Dhaka, July 22: Roads in the capital wore a deserted look on Wednesday as a decent size of Dhaka residents have flocked to their ancestral homes in the countryside to be with members of their extended families during the Eid. The empty roads were akin to the ones during the hard lockdown.