Following the operation in the Kamrangirchar area, the Bangladesh Water Transportation Authority cleared illegal structures in Buriganga. Photo: It's been spent
The Bangladesh Water Transportation Authority (BIWTA) has evacuated 444 illegal structures in the Buriganga River after three days of operations. This information was given in a press release signed by the public relations officer Jahangir Alam Khan of the ministry.
According to the notification, the Bangladesh Water Transportation Authority (BIWTA) carried out evacuation operations in the Kamrangirchar area, on the banks of the Buriganga River, on 29 January to January 31, in order to emanate from the banks and elections. During the last three days, 444 illegal structures were evacuated in three days.
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The public relations officer said that evacuated deployments include buildings constructed from two to seven stories, sewing mills, royalties, plastic factories and semi-brick buildings. According to the Ministry of the Ministry of Transportation, eviction procedures will be carried out from February 5 to February 19 to rescue the river by planning to send to the occupants of BIWTA. Expulsion displacement is under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and the Minister of State for Transport, leadership of Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury and general supervision.
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