Nationwide Strike in Bangladesh

© Monirul Alam

© Monirul Alam

I, As a visual journalist to coverage an HORTAL event, I had to seen people’s suffering, violence and human tragedies, People didn’t  want to see that tragedies –monirul alam

Dhaka Bangladesh- A bus contractor and passengers look through in the broken glass, picketer broke the glass at Topkhana road during the nationwide strike in Bangladesh on Thursday, Jan 31 2013.The Jamaat-e-Islami party called the strike to protest the prosecution. Police fired rubber bullets and tear gas at protesters in Bangladesh as a nationwide strike called to protest war crimes trials brought much of the country to a halt. © Monirul Alam

© Monirul Alam

© Monirul Alam

Dhaka Bangladesh- A Bangladeshi hawker and others pedestrian cross the road near Sonargaon Hotel in the capital during the nationwide strike in Bangladesh on Thursday, Jan 31 2013.The Jamaat-e-Islami party called the strike to protest the prosecution. Police fired rubber bullets and tear gas at protesters in Bangladesh as a nationwide strike called to protest war crimes trials brought much of the country to a halt. © Monirul Alam

Notes: In my HORTAL coverage day’s on 31 Jan, 2013. A bus driver and rickshaw puller make me puzzle, and I failed to present on time on the spot, finally I miss the decisive moment at Khilgaon near Taltola market in the capital –monirul alam

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