Redzone asks people to strictly comply with government directives

The General Secretary of Awami League, Maulana Quader, has urged the public to strictly follow the government’s direction in redzone. He is advised to deal with the situation patiently. In a briefing on Monday (June 22), The government has taken steps to install necessary equipment, including ICU, at district level hospitals, said Abdul Quader Ario in a morning briefing.
In a statement, Awami League General Secretary, Hamid Quader said that the people of these areas must face the situation with strict government direction and patience.
He added that the Chinese expert team visiting Bangladesh in the wake of the Disaster of Corona appreciated the responsibility of doctors and health workers despite the government’s limitations. They also expressed the opinion that sample tests are being reduced and that the population is not aware. He called for compliance with health regulations, saying that one second of negligence, 20 seconds of hand washing can create serious health risks.
On the BNP general secretary’s allegation that bnp is preventing relief, The Court of General Secretary, Mr. Abdul Quader said, “Clear the evidence of where the charges are, give proof of the facts, if the allegations are true, then the action will be taken.” He said it was not the Awami League’s policy to prevent humanitarian activities.
Dhaka, Monday, June 22, HB News

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Redzone asks people to strictly comply with government directives

The General Secretary of Awami League, Maulana Quader, has urged the public to strictly follow the government’s direction in redzone. He is advised to deal with the situation patiently. In a briefing on Monday (June 22), The government has taken steps to install necessary equipment, including ICU, at district level hospitals, said Abdul Quader Ario in a morning briefing.
In a statement, Awami League General Secretary, Hamid Quader said that the people of these areas must face the situation with strict government direction and patience.
He added that the Chinese expert team visiting Bangladesh in the wake of the Disaster of Corona appreciated the responsibility of doctors and health workers despite the government’s limitations. They also expressed the opinion that sample tests are being reduced and that the population is not aware. He called for compliance with health regulations, saying that one second of negligence, 20 seconds of hand washing can create serious health risks.
On the BNP general secretary’s allegation that bnp is preventing relief, The Court of General Secretary, Mr. Abdul Quader said, “Clear the evidence of where the charges are, give proof of the facts, if the allegations are true, then the action will be taken.” He said it was not the Awami League’s policy to prevent humanitarian activities.
Dhaka, Monday, June 22, HB News

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