Rath Yatra and quota cancellation movement: Police asked to leave with time


Today Sunday (July 7), one of the religious festivals of Sanatan religious people, Jagannath Dev’s Rath Yatra, quota cancellation movement, there are some important events in the capital. There is a risk of traffic congestion in the capital due to these programs. For this reason, the traffic department of DMP has requested the city dwellers to take time to go to specific destinations.

Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (ADC) KN Roy Niyati of DMP’s Media and Public Relations Department gave this information.

He said that today, on the occasion of Jagannath Dev’s Rath Yatra, one of the religious festivals of Sanatan religious people, the procession will circumambulate various important roads of the capital. Also there is a possibility of traffic congestion due to several important programs and anti-quota movement.

For this reason, the traffic department of DMP has requested the people of Ramna, Motijheel and Wari areas of the capital to take their time to go to specific destinations.

According to DMP, the main Rath Yatra will start from Swamibagh ISKCON temple in the capital at 3 pm on Sunday and will end at Dhakeshwari temple after circling various roads. Ulto Rath Yatra will start from Dhakeswari temple at 3 pm on July 15 and will end at Swamibagh ISKCON temple after circling various roads.

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  • The roads of Dhaka will be closed during the Rath Yatra
  • ‘Bangla Blockade’ program on Sunday to demand cancellation of quota

Roads which the main procession will circumambulate

From Swamibagh Ashram (ISKCON, Dhaka) at Swamibagh Road → Jaykali Mandir Mor → Ittefaq Mor → Shapla Chatwar → Dainik Bangla Mor → Rajuk Crossing → Gulistan → Golapshah Shrine → Police Headquarters → Government Employees Hospital → High Court Shrine → Doel Chatwar → Central Shaheed Minar→ Jagannath Hall→Palashi→Dhakeswari National Temple will end.

DMP has requested the vehicles plying on these roads to use alternative roads on the occasion of Rath Yatra.

Meanwhile, students will hold ‘Bangla Blockade’ program across the country today to demand cancellation of quota in government jobs. The program will be held at ‘Bangla Blockade’ from 3 pm. Students of all universities, colleges in their respective areas and students of educational institutions in metropolitan and district cities will blockade in their respective cities.

TT/JH/MS