Dhaka College students clashed around 12 pm on Monday evening due to a quarrel between employees of two shops near Gate No. 4 of the New Market. More than 50 people, including a journalist, were injured and a courier service worker was killed in the clashes, which began on Tuesday morning. The incident started with a scuffle between shopkeepers and Dhaka College students who were going to eat at a shop, according to traders and police. However, the CCTV footage later revealed
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that there is no conflict or conflict between religion and culture in the context of killing people by carrying out bomb attacks on the first day of the Bengali New Year.
"Some people want to create a cultural conflict with religion," she said. This is not correct at all. Religions belong to everyone, and festivals belong to everyone. We are celebrating the festival together, "said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina while addressing the inauguration ceremony of the newly constructed Shilpakala Academy buildings in six districts this morning.
Shamima Nasrin, Evely's Chairman, was released from prison today. She was released from Kashimpur Women's Central Jail today at 5:45 pm. The senior superintendent of jail, Halima Khatun, confirmed this news to the media. She said that she had been lodged in Kashimpur Women's Central Jail since September 21 in a case filed by Dhanmondi Police Station. He was released on Wednesday afternoon after the bail papers arrived at the jail on Tuesday.