Bangladesh exploded. Four blasts took place in Aminabazar and Savar in the capital city of Dhaka. In addition, Dhaka Police recovered six live bombs, which were later defused by the team. According to Dhaka media, the explosions took place in front of the filling station at Amina Bazar at around 2 pm on Saturday, causing a stir on the spot.
As soon as the information was received, the police team also reached the spot. Officers found a paper bag lying at the scene containing six homemade bombs. Saiful Islam, who was present on the spot, told that in the afternoon a van came near the three-storey building in front of the petrol pump. The van did not stop there even for a second and from the moving vehicle, they threw the bag on the roadside. Shortly after this, there was an explosion.
According to Dhaka media, petrol station manager Nurul Amin told that no one was there during the explosion. That’s why big accidents kept happening. The officers put the bombs in buckets of water to disarm them. A wall collapsed in Bangladesh’s Ghazipur district, killing three workers late on Saturday night. The incident took place on Saturday at 7.30 pm. Two people have also been injured in the incident.
According to Bangladeshi media, senior Tongi Fire Service official Iqbal Hasan said that the dead have been identified as Bakul (35), Sultan (50) and Sabuj (35). While the injured were taken to Shaheed Ahsan Ullah Master General Hospital in Tongi. Giving information about the incident, Hasan said that around 30 labourers were working on the construction of a drain in the Pagar Jhinu market of Ghazipur City Corporation. During this, three labourers got buried under the wall of the four-storey building. Because of this, he died. The case is being investigated.