Today, on 11/06/2020, a campaign was launched at Kamargati Ghat to stop collecting extra rent, use masks and comply with hygiene rules. All those present in the adjoining market are requested to abide by the rules of hygiene and to be vocal against drugs and gambling. The erosion along the boundary wall of the ferry wharf and the police outpost was also inspected. TV in the tea shop is an excellent means of endless chat. It has been repeatedly said that TV cannot be kept in any shop. But watching TV and corona fair was not going to be stopped. So they were forced to launch a campaign to seize these TVs. It will continue in all areas.
While performing Maghrib prayers in a mosque near Barakpur Union Parishad, it was seen that most of the worshipers including the Imam came without masks. All are urged to adhere to the rules of hygiene and to speak out against drugs and gambling. When a few people were stopped for driving a motorbike at the speed of a plane, it was seen that no one has a driving license, no one has a vehicle registration, most of them do not have helmets on their heads. The reckless biker is not just a threat to others; Bikers are often injured and even killed in accidents. Whoever is punished according to his crime. Such a campaign will continue in the public interest ...
Eventually, some people were forced to buy 5/10 masks without masks by conducting hygiene campaigns at Barakpur Bazar and Kheya Ghat. Because if some people can do a lot of calculations, they run the whole family work with one mask ...
All are being kindly requested to strictly abide by the guidelines of the government regarding health and law and order in Dighalia Upazila.
Even today, three people have been newly infected with corona. A total of 108 people. Therefore we have to be extremely careful. It doesn't matter if you follow the rules of health elsewhere. We will abide by the law in Dighalia.
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In the Corona crisis, the Bangladesh Jatrikalyan Samiti has demanded to retain the previous fare by withdrawing the 80 percent increased bus fare in public transport. In a statement sent to the media on Tuesday, the secretary general of the organization Md. Mozammel Haque Chowdhury made this demand. None of the conditions under which the increased fare was promised are being complied with in the buses. Passengers are being carried in that old style. In order to make up for the losses during this coronal period, more fares are being collected on most routes than the government's increased 60 per cent fare. The Corona crisis has made it difficult for ordinary people to travel. The statement said the government had excluded passenger representatives and held a meeting with the owners to increase bus fares by 60 per cent. Soon after the announcement, the fares of all vehicles including Laguna, Human Haller, Tempo, Autorickshaw, Pedal Rickshaw, Easybike, Nasimon-Karimon, Texicab along with the buses and minibuses plying across the country almost doubled. In this the interest of the passengers is utterly neglected.
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More than 40 years ago, in Nigeria, a young scientist named Rattan Lal encountered an idea that changed his life — and led, eventually, to global recognition and a worldwide movement to protect the planet's soil.
Lal was fresh out of graduate school, recruited to join the newly established International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, and given an assignment that, in hindsight, seems ridiculous in its ambition. "I was 25 years old, in charge of a lab, given the mandate of improving quality and quantity of food production in the tropics!" Lal says.
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