Tasmiah Nuhiya Ahmed of DOT
 The Bangladesh Covered Van-Truck-Prime Mover Goods Transport Owners Association and Bangladesh Truck Drivers, Workers Federation have called off their 72-hour nationwide strike. The decision to withdraw the strike was taken by the leaders of the two organisations after a meeting with Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal at the secretariat on yesterday, reports the Business Standard.
 Talukder Mohammad Monir, president of Bangladesh Truck Drivers Workers Federation, said that the decision was taken after receiving assurances from the government to meet their demands.
 “The Bangladesh Covered Van Truck-Prime Mover Transport Owners Association, Bangladesh Truck Driver Workers Federation have submitted their 15-point demand to us.
We’ve listened to them and will take steps in this regard,” said the Home Minister, reports the Financial Express.
 The movement of all kinds of goods-laden vehicles, including that of prime movers (trailer), covered vans, and trucks had remained suspended across the country since Tuesday morning due to the strike.