Staff Correspondent: Holidaymakers have started to return to capital after celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr holiday with their family members and relatives. However, many passengers said that there was no suffering on the way back.
Visiting the Gabtali bus counter on Friday morning it has been seen that many people were returning to Dhaka by buses, microbuses, private cars and motorcycles from different districts.
Speaking to passengers, it is learned that they have returned to the capital to join the workplace. The school-college classes will reopen on May 9 again. For this reason, many are returning with family members.
Returning from Bogura, Liton Ahmed said, “I went home a day before Eid, despite the hardships. I work in a private company so I have no choice but to return Dhaka today with my family. Office starts from tomorrow.” Delwar Hossain, an employee of a private company in Jatrabari, said, “I got a little traffic jam
on the road. Thanks to Allah for being able to return safely with his family.”
Faruk Hossain, counter master of Hanif Paribahan in Gabtali, said there was no traffic jam on the highway. It doesn’t matter if the car is delayed by one and a half hours due to interval on the way.
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