All Industrial undertakings will be closed during lock-down to be started from 23rd July to 5th August 2021 under SRO published on 13 July.
To discuss the decision of SRO this Meeting took place. Mr. Mohammad Ali Khokon, President, Mr. Md. Fazlul Hoque, Vice-President, Directors of BTMA -Mr. Md.Mosharaf Hossain, Mr. Md. Monir Hossain, Engr. Estahak Ahmed Shaikat attended the Meeting.
Bangladesh will lift its nationwide coronavirus lockdown for the country’s second-biggest religious festival, the government said Tuesday, even as new infections soared to record levels.
The cabinet said all restrictions would be eased in the country of 169 million people from Thursday, ahead of the Eid al-Adha festival which will be celebrated from July 20 to 22 this year.
The removal of the curbs would “normalise economic activities” ahead of the celebrations, it added.
Tens of millions of people usually head back to their villages to mark Eid al-Adha with their families.
Bangladesh imposed its strictest-ever lockdown at the start of the month as new Covid-19 cases and deaths climbed to pandemic highs.
Under the lockdown, people were only allowed to leave home for emergencies and to buy essentials, with public transport, shops and offices shut.