Shahnaz Begum of DOT
 long-distance transports are standing on the highway in Savar while garment factories are waiting for the holidays. It is learned that the buses have been parked on the Nabinagar-Chandra highway, one of the roads in the industrial area, since July 16, reports banglanews24.com.
 Yesterday the buses were seen occupying half of the North Bengal-bound lanes of the Nabinagar-Chandra highway. Two buses stand side by side. Some buses have people inside for maintenance while others do not.
 Savar Highway Police Station Inspector (OC) Sajjad Karim said that a number of buses were parked on the side of the road. The district police are in charge there. They will look into the matter.
 At this time talking to the staff of some buses standing on the side of the highway. Soma Paribahan bus conductor Monir said, our bus couldn’t ply on road for many days. So I want to earn some money now I am keeping the bus here so that I dont have problem to get passengers.’
 The driver of the bus named Mahi, who will go to Jamalpur, said, “I have been here with the bus for two days just to borrow money from home for this Eid trip.” After opening the factory, I will pay the fare by renting a bus.