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A Pile of Rubbish in the Capital, 22 feet of road is now 6 feet
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A Pile of Rubbish in the Capital, 22 feet of road is now 6 feet

A Pile of Rubbish in the Capital, 22 feet of road is now 6 feet

The Rajnarayan road just behind Lalbagh Kella Bazar in the Capital is getting narrower day by day due to garbage.

Throwing dirt in the space on the road’s side has now taken over the whole route. According to the locals, no one has cleaned the dirt in the last four-five years. The pile of garbage is now equal to a two-story house.

As old Dhaka is densely populated, waste is dumped as soon as vacancies are found. The road is being closed due to dirt, but the dumping of dirt is not stopping.

The Rajnarayan road behind the Lalbagh Kella Bazar is now a garbage dump. According to the locals, the road used to be 22 feet; now, it is only five to six feet.

The rest is occupied by garbage.

Ref: Green Page

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