Why should two political parties of the same nation receive polar opposite treatments?
The transport owners’ association in Cumilla is not calling any strike ahead of the BNP rally scheduled to be held on Saturday (November 26, 2022).
Thousands of BNP activists have gathered on Alia Madrasa ground in Sylhet city’s Chowhatta area, hours before the rally starts.
Thousands of BNP supporters have already gone to the Alia Madrasa field in Sylhet city and set up camp there, a day before the party’s divisional rally tomorrow.
Launch and speedboat operations on Barishal-Bhola route have been suspended ahead of BNP's divisional rally slated for Saturday (November 5, 2022).
The fish and vegetable markets in Sylhet have become unstable due to the ongoing 48-hour goods transport strike in the area.
Three-wheeler workers in Barishal have called a strike on November 4 and 5 demanding authorities to allow their vehicles on the highway.
Rangpur District Motor Owners' Association has called for a strike -- from 6am tomorrow (October 28, 2022) to 6pm on October 29 – demanding ban on illegal vehicles, including three-wheelers, on the highway and an end to “administrative harassment” on Rangpur-Kurigram Road.
After three and a half hours of public suffering, the transport workers in Sylhet have finally lifted their strike tonight (September 22, 2022).
Supply of fuel resumed in 14 districts of greater Khulna and Faridpur after nine hours as tank-lorry owners called off their strike this afternoon (August 7, 2022) following assurance of Khulna Deputy Commissioner Md Moniruzzaman Talukdar.
Thousands of commuters suffered immensely in Chattogram city yesterday as a section of bus owners and workers enforced a sudden strike, protesting the jailing of three of their fellows by a mobile court the day before.
Inter-district bus owners in Chattogram call an indefinite transport strike.
The transport strike in Chattogram and Rangpur was called off yesterday after it caused immense suffering to commuters and businesspeople.
The High Court directs the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to take appropriate action against the unruly transport workers who are responsible for the tragic deaths of three infants and chaotic activities during the recent 48-hour road transport strike across the country.
Federation's General Secretary Osman Ali told The Daily Star that they would go for the strike as the government did not communicate the platform over its eight-point demand, including amendments to the recently passed Road Transport Act-2018.
Students, different rights organisations and road safety campaigners yesterday expressed strong condemnation over the recent transport workers' strike, which resulted in the death of an infant, among other things.
Businesses incurred massive losses following the two-day countrywide transport strike that almost stalled the mobility of workers and goods.
Transport workers are considering tougher programmes to meet their demands.
A passengers’ welfare body requests transport owners to withdraw their strike.