Low Bus in Dhaka, Students Doing License Test

Students of different educational institutions took positions in the streets in protest against the incident of the death of two students in the capital Dhaka’s Science Lab, New Market, Banasree, Rampura, Khilkhet and Bhatara areas. Most buses do not have bus movement. Students are allowed to go to the ambulance. Students are stuck on two buses because there is no license. The car is also detained if a police sticker is not able to show a driver’s license.
Students are gathered at Shahbagh intersection. Dhaka, August 1. Photo: Hassan Raja
Students are gathered at Shahbagh intersection. Dhaka, August 1. Photo: Hassan Raja
Many of them do not get the vehicles and walk towards the destination. Students are seen to give flowers to police in Science Lab area. Today the picture was seen throughout the capital from Wednesday morning.

A police source said that police are talking to the educational institutions. Police are requesting to stop the educational institutions.
Students protest on the main road of the city’s Uttara. Photo: Khaled Sarkar
Students protest on the main road of the city’s Uttara. Photo: Khaled Sarkar
Students protesting against the death of two students under the bus at the capital city’s airport on Sunday took the position of important roads in the capital for the past two days. The traffic movement in the city is hampered. Two buses were set on fire in the Uttara area on Tuesday. Vandalism occurs in different places.
Students in the science laboratory area give flowers to the police. Photo: Suhaada Afrin
Students in the science laboratory area give flowers to the police. Photo: Suhaada Afrin
Students from different private schools came down from Kawla to Shahjalal International Airport. At 12 o’clock they came down the street. Now the airport complex is completely blocked. Hundreds of cars from the Tongi Bridge are on the rise. Jasim Uddin of Uttara, a group of students, took position towards the road. Students are taking steps to stop the cars and motorbikes to stop the keys.

Movement stopped after students protested on the main road of the city’s Uttara. Photo: Khaled Sarkar
Movement stopped after students protested on the main road of the city’s Uttara. Photo: Khaled Sarkar
Students of public science college in Farmgate area stand on the streets. At that time the traffic movement was stopped on that road. Later the police came and normalized the movement. Students from Mohammadpur took out a procession in the morning at 9am. Like yesterday, buses in Dhaka are still seen low in Dhaka.
The position of students in placards in New Market area of ​​the capital. Photo: Mochaber Hossain
The position of students in placards in New Market area of ​​the capital. Photo: Mochaber Hossain
Students of Dhaka University and Dhaka Medical College also joined the students of Shahbagh.

In the morning in Mirpur area, there are two buses, but the crowd of passengers is much more. People from buses in Gabtali, Kazipara, Sherawapara, Mohakhali, Mirpur, have been waiting for buses everywhere.

Traffic sergeant Sohel Rana of Gabtali said in the first light at nine o’clock, “Today the number of buses is much less than the other days.”

There are fewer buses in Shahbagh area than in other days. Shahed Ahmed, assistant commissioner of Traffic Division of Shahbagh Zone, said that buses are fewer than today, compared to other days.

Talking to the traffic police members, they are not aware of the reasons for the bus movement being reduced today. They were not told by the bus workers or the owners’ organization.

The students of the Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue on the road leading up to the SAARC Fountain. Photo: Farooq Wasif
The students of the Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue on the road leading up to the SAARC Fountain. Photo: Farooq Wasif
Students of Cambrian, RUJC, including students of the school, have been protesting since morning. One part of them crossed the Kaola Bridge and walked towards Khilkhet. A bus was vandalized in front of Kaola Bridge in the street. The roads were blocked in the vatara.

A team of students from Science Lab was seen going to Shahbag. At that time the students were seen to give flowers to the police. Students at the New Market area from Science Lab at 11pm came down on the streets. Road movement is closed on that road. But seeing the ambulance, the students were seen to leave the road empty. Standing on the streets, the students examined the driver’s license. They have kept two buses of Bihanga and Savar transport buses stuck because there is no license.

Students on the road. Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Dhaka, August 1. Photo: Shakila Haque
Students on the road. Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Dhaka, August 1. Photo: Shakila Haque

Vehicles from Dhanmondi LabAid to Science Lab and New Market are not allowed to go. The car has been turned off. Students from different educational institutions including Ideal, City College, Dhaka College, Government Laboratory School, came down on the streets.

A student of Fazilatunnessa College says that there is no license – they will not allow any such car to continue.

Students on the road with placards. Mohakhali bus stand, Dhaka, August 1. Photo: Nasrin Akter
Students on the road with placards. Mohakhali bus stand, Dhaka, August 1. Photo: Nasrin Akter
Delwar Hossain, a driver, told the students about support in this protest, “I drive with training and drive. Other drivers should be trained to drive. Students did well by protesting. They are not blocking an ambulance or a school in the school. It looks good.
Students take position in Asagagate. Dhaka, August 1. Photo: Jahidul Karim
Students take position in Asagagate. Dhaka, August 1. Photo: Jahidul Karim
At 12 noon, students want to see a driver’s license by stopping a vehicle attached to a police sticker in front of the science lab’s Eastern University. Students detained the driver without getting a driver’s license at that time.

Students on the road with placards. Mohakhali bus stand, Dhaka, August 1. Photo: Nasrin Akter
Students on the road with placards. Mohakhali bus stand, Dhaka, August 1. Photo: Nasrin Akter
According to police sources, students of Imperial College from Banasree at around 11:30 am left for the Rampura Bridge. About 500 students of Banasree Ideal School and College blocked the Rampura Bridge around 12.15pm. There the traffic movement is closed. In Mohakhali, a group of students took the position but they later moved away.

The students of Khilgaon Government and Motijheel, 12, and the students of Kazi Nazrul College, Salimullah, Suhrawardy College took part in Shapla Chattar of Motijheel at around 12pm. Students from Paltan are seen going to the press club. All the vehicles moving towards Malibag were turned to the beehive. The roads of Rampura have been completely closed.