Dhaka Metropolitan Police yesterday denied BNP permission to hold its grand rally in front of its Nayapaltan headquarters or at the Suhrawardy Udyan on the grounds of public suffering on a working day.
Dhaka Metropolitan Police is working to bring the whole capital under the surveillance of Close Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras to tackle rising crimes like murders, burglary, theft, and robberies.
Many hoteliers and owners of shared living facilities in the capital are facing losses due to a sharp decline in guests since the ongoing police drives started on December 1.
Fearing sabotage ahead of the BNP's Dhaka rally on December 10, law enforcers have beefed up security at all entry points and other key locations in the capital.
Dhaka Metropolitan Police requested the candidates of SSC and its equivalent examinations to start early for their exam centres as traffic situation turned worst in last couple of days.
Due to traffic gridlock caused by an ongoing Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project of the Bangladesh Road Transport Authority, police have requested Dhaka airport-bound passengers to leave their homes early so that they can arrive on time.
When workers were busy constructing boundary walls under the supervision of police at Tetultala playground, leaders of different green organisations, socio-cultural organisations and right groups planted trees next to it this afternoon.
Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) has said that the Kalabagan Police Station is being constructed at the city's Tetultala playground with permission of all the authorities concerned.
Police are now looking for a Bangladeshi youth suspecting his involvement with the Ukrainian nationals held for Dutch Bangla Bank’s automated teller machines (ATMs) theft recently.