While numerous residents faulted this for the languid pace of cleanup taking after the penances, numerous pointed fingers at the organization’s disappointment at keeping up the seepage framework.
The repercussions of Eid Al Adha festivities in Dhaka was wicked and abhorrent.
As reported by India Today, rains and waterlogging blended with the blood of conciliatory creatures made the city look horrendous with ‘streams of blood.’
While numerous natives faulted this for the drowsy pace of cleanup taking after the penances, numerous pointed fingers at the partnership’s disappointment at keeping up the seepage framework.
As per India Today report, the two noteworthy urban communities of Dhaka were designated 496 and 504 spots separately to slaughter creatures. Be that as it may, a few people were seen performing creature penances in the city and outside their homes. Before long a few ranges including Mohammadpur, Mirpur, Shyamoli, Uttara, Dhanmondi, Niketon, made an aggravating scene with blushed streams.
Individuals in territories like Malibagh, Baily Road, Shantinagar, Bijoynagar, Paltan, Motijheel, Jatrabari, Bakshi Bazar and Kathalbagan purportedly butchered creatures directly before their homes.
Khandker Millatul Islam, vice president waste administration official from Dhaka South City Corporation told India Today that waterlogging has been issue for quite a while. Islam included that the organization is working towards unraveling the issue.