‘Most of government vehicles have no license’
Students’ movement is continuing for the fifth consecutive day. Students from schools and colleges from all over Dhaka are taking part in the demonstration. They are stopping vehicles and checking driving licenses and registration certificates. If they find drivers without valid papers they are calling the sergeants to lodge case.
While talking to the students it was known that most of the government vehicle drivers have no valid driving license. Even the vehicles have no valid documents. So the students are calling traffic sergeants for lodging cases.
At Farmgate point Holy Cross College student Habiba said, the number of vehicles we had stopped most of those had no valid license. Even the vehicles of police and BGB had no license.
Riddho Onindo, a student of Dhaka Commerce College told at Elephant Road, we had stopped a vehicle of Prime Minister’s Office but there was no license. There was no license in a vehicle of DIG of police. We called the sergeant and helped to lodge case.
According to the declaration of the Education Minister all the educational institutions of the country were closed but the students wearing school uniforms came down on the roads.