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Roads towards Tongi closed for today for Akheri Munajat

10 January 2016 bdnews24.com


Roads towards Tongi will be closed for vehicles other than those carrying Bishwa Ijtema devotees on Sunday. Traffic police took the decision to close the roads from 3am to 6pm for the Akheri Munajat (final prayers).
The roads include that from Shahjalal International Airport to Gazipur's Bhogrha Bypass intersection via Uttara, According to Gazipur Traffic Police Assistant Superintendent Md Sakhawat Hossain.  
On the Tongi-Kaliganj road, the ban will be in effect from Tongi to Pubail's Mirer Bazar.
Besides the Ijtema devotees, residents of Uttara, and air passengers and crew will also be able to use the Airport Road.
Others will have to use the Mirpur-Savar road. Shuttle-buses for Ijtema devotees will ply the roads, Hossain said.

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