Arsonists torched three buses in the capital’s Dhanmondi, Mirpur, and Gulistan in the span of just 90 minutes last night, on the eve of BNP’s dawn-to-dusk blockade.
Since the foiled BNP rally on October 28, the political situation has heated up with near-constant blockades and hartals. This has resulted in sustained violence across the country, with railway passengers and infrastructure becoming major targets
A clash between police and BNP in Chattogram and a crude bomb attack on the police from a BNP procession in Bogura left at least seven policemen injured yesterday -- the last day of the 36-hour nationwide blockade enforced by BNP and its allies.
Two buses and a lorry were set on fire and three vehicles were vandalised yesterday, the first day of BNP and its allies’ 36-hour nationwide blockade.
Two buses were set on fire by unidentified arsonists in the capital's Mohammadpur and Tikatuli areas tonight, on the eve of the BNP's 36-hour blockade
Unidentified arsonists torched a bus of Itihas Paribahan on Nabinagar-Chandra highway in Ashulia of Savar this evening, on the eve of BNP's 36-hour blockade
Miscreants vandalised one ambulance and set on fire to 162 buses, 44 trucks, 23 covered vans, 8 motorcycles, and 26 other vehicles
At least four vehicles were set on fire in the country yesterday, on last day of the 10th round of 48-hour blockade enforced by BNP and its allies.