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Fire in 197 vehicles and structures across the country including the capital

Fire in 197 vehicles and structures across the country including the capital
Fire in 197 vehicles and structures across the country including the capital

In the last 24 days (October 28 to November 20) across the country including the capital Dhaka, miscreants set fire to 197 different vehicles and structures during the siege of the BNP-Jamaat camp, said “The Life Saving Force”.

According to the fire service, 341 units of fire service and civil defense and 1888 personnel work in Dhaka and all over the country to extinguish the fire. So far 5 people including two fire fighters and three passengers have been rescued injured in these incidents.

Talha bin Jassim, officer of the Fire Service and Civil Defense Media Cell, told BASS on Tuesday afternoon that 185 vehicles and 15 structures were burnt by the rioters from October 28 to November 20. Vehicles include 118 Buses, 26 Trucks, 13 Covered Vans, 8 Motorcycles, 2 Private Cars, 3 Microbuses, 3 Pickups, 3 CNG, 2 Trains, 1 Nachiman, 3 Lagunas, 1 Fire Service Water Car, 1 Police Car, 1 Ambulance. , there are 5 BNP offices, 1 Awami League office, 1 police box, 1 councilor office, 2 electricity offices, 1 bus counter, 2 showrooms and 2 buildings.

According to fire service statistics, in the last 24 days from October 28 to November 20, rioters set fire to an average of seven vehicles a day. In this, an average of 5 buses are set on fire every day. Among them 29 on 28 October, 19 on 29 October, 12 on 31 October, 14 on 1 November, 7 on 2 November, 6 on 4 November, 13 on 5 November, 13 on 6 November, 2 on 7 November, 9 on 8 November, 7 on 9 November, 2 on 10 November, 11 November 7, 12 November 7, 13 November 8, 14 November 4, 15 November 6, 16 November 7, 18 November 6, 19 November 13, 20 November 6 fire incidents.

On the other hand, it has been seen that the most number of fire incidents occurred in the Dhaka City Corporation area from October 28 to November 20. Apart from this, fire service has not received any news of fire in the remaining 30 districts even though fire incidents have occurred in 34 districts of the country.

This fire service official said, analyzing the fire incidents of Dhaka City Corporation, it has been found that most fire incidents occur in Dhaka South City Corporation area. 60 fire incidents occurred in Dhaka South City and 35 in Dhaka North City. Besides, the area-wise review has shown that Mirpur has the highest number of fire incidents in the area. 17 fires occurred in Mirpur area, 9 in Gulistan, 7 in Nayapalton-Kakrail area, 7 in Khilgaon-Mugda area, 7 in Postagola-Jatrabari area, 5 in Motijheel-Arambagh area, 4 in Mohammad, 4 in Baridhara.

According to the statistics, 95 fires occurred in Dhaka City, 37 in Dhaka Division, 22 in Chittagong Division, 24 in Rajshahi Division, 7 in Barisal Division, 7 in Rangpur Division, 2 in Khulna Division, 2 in Mymensingh Division, 1 in Sylhet Division.

According to the Fire Service, the district wise statistics show that the highest number of fire incidents have occurred in Gazipur district. 16 in Gazipur, 14 in Chittagong, 13 in Bogra, 6 in Narayanganj, 4 in Manikganj, 4 in Faridpur, 4 in Lalmonirhat and 4 in Nato were reported by fire service.


The article is in Bengali

Tags: Fire vehicles structures country including capital


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