Restrictions have been eased from Thursday after the 14-day lockdown is at risk of contraction. And this has created a severe traffic jam across the capital. It has severe heat, traffic congestion on it. As a result of this grinding capital residents. By this, the capital has returned to its old appearance.
Public transport has been running since Thursday morning, people have started leaving Dhaka earlier as long-distance buses, trains and trains have started running. Crowds were seen on the roads, traffic jams as before. However, on the first day, many people were seen waiting for the vehicles at the junction due to the lack of city transport buses.
In railway stations, bus terminals and launch ghats, everyone is strictly required to follow hygiene rules, but many people do not have masks on their faces on the streets. Many have hung the mask on their noses. As restrictions have been lifted, shops, markets have all opened again. Markets were also very crowded as the lockdown was lifted after two weeks.
Long distance vehicles have started leaving Gabtali bus terminal since morning. Half of the seats are being kept empty for hygiene reasons. Passengers are not allowed to board without masks.
Paltan, Kakrail, Malibagh, Badda, New Bazaar area of the capital can be seen on the surface, public transport and people crowd on the road. As a result, traffic jams are created on various roads. All public and private institutions, shops, shopping malls, businesses are open and people are going to their respective workplaces.
Tejgaon Division Traffic Police Deputy Commissioner Saheed Al Masood said that buses and other public transport have started. Buses are being monitored to see if health rules are being followed.