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Even though the office has opened, Dhaka has not returned to its familiar form, it is still in the mood of a holiday

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Many took a break in between. In this way, many people have taken 10 consecutive days off. After the holiday, the office-court opened today.

A large number of city dwellers go to villages to share joy with loved ones on Eid. So Dhaka is almost empty during Eid. There was no traffic jam in Dhaka during this holiday. There was no human pressure.

According to the data of mobile phone operators, about 5.7 million mobile phone sim holders left the capital in the four days (April 6-9) before Eid. As such, the number of people leaving Dhaka is expected to be more.

Last year on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr celebration (April 18-22), more than one crore SIM holders left Dhaka.

Transportation expert and professor of civil engineering department of Bangladesh University of Engineering (BUET). According to a 2023 survey by Hadiuzzaman, 12 million people left Dhaka in the four days before last year's Eid-ul-Fitr. According to that, 3 million people go home every day during Eid.

A few workers told Prothom Alo that it may take another week for Dhaka to fully return to its normal state after Eid.

Most educational institutions in Dhaka will open on April 21. Apart from this, most of the garment factories will also open around April 20. Dhaka is expected to return to normal then.

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