Explosion in Dhaka's multi-storey building, 17 people killed so far, many injured

Explosion in Dhaka's multi-storey building, 17 people killed so far, many injured According to the police, the injured have been taken to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital. All of them are being treated in the emergency unit of the hospital.  Dhaka :17 people, including two women, were killed and more than 100 were injured in a blast on Tuesday in a seven-storey building in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Police gave this information. The bdnews24 news portal quoted the fire service control room as saying that several fire tenders were sent to the spot after the explosion at around 4:50 pm (local time). The reason for the explosion is not yet known. According to the news of 'Dhaka Tribune' newspaper, at least 14 people died in the blast and more than 100 others were injured.  According to reports, the death toll may increase as many people are still feared trapped in the basement of the building. Alamgir, who was near the blast site, said, "After the loud noise, people started coming out of the building in a hurry. Everyone looked scared. The glasses of Imran's windows were shattered and fell on the road. Several passers-by were injured." Rapid Action Battalion of the Bomb Disposal Unit has reached the spot.   According to the police, the injured have been taken to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital. All of them are being treated in the emergency unit of the hospital. The ground floor of the building houses several stores for sanitary products and the adjacent building houses a branch of BRAC Bank. As a result of the explosion, the glass wall of the bank building was broken. The bus parked on the other side of the road has also been damaged by the blast.

According to the police, the injured have been taken to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital. All of them are being treated in the emergency unit of the hospital.

Dhaka :17 people, including two women, were killed and more than 100 were injured in a blast on Tuesday in a seven-storey building in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. Police gave this information. The bdnews24 news portal quoted the fire service control room as saying that several fire tenders were sent to the spot after the explosion at around 4:50 pm (local time). The reason for the explosion is not yet known. According to the news of 'Dhaka Tribune' newspaper, at least 14 people died in the blast and more than 100 others were injured.

According to reports, the death toll may increase as many people are still feared trapped in the basement of the building. Alamgir, who was near the blast site, said, "After the loud noise, people started coming out of the building in a hurry. Everyone looked scared. The glasses of Imran's windows were shattered and fell on the road. Several passers-by were injured." Rapid Action Battalion of the Bomb Disposal Unit has reached the spot. 

According to the police, the injured have been taken to the Dhaka Medical College Hospital. All of them are being treated in the emergency unit of the hospital. The ground floor of the building houses several stores for sanitary products and the adjacent building houses a branch of BRAC Bank. As a result of the explosion, the glass wall of the bank building was broken. The bus parked on the other side of the road has also been damaged by the blast. 

Parade before International Women's Day on March 8 "cancelled" Hong Kong women's group renews statement "Protest"

Before the "March 8th International Women's Day", a skyscraper in New York, USA, projected a group of images of female protesters who are fighting for democracy and freedom in Hong Kong, but are being imprisoned by the Hong Kong government; various women's groups in Hong Kong also issued statements to continue their "struggle" .

The Hong Kong Women's Labor Association originally planned to launch the first parade after the "return to normal" of the epidemic on the past Sunday (5th), but it was eventually "forced to cancel". The association issued a statement on the "March 8th Women's Day" on Wednesday (8th), saying that "even if the action is cancelled, women's voices will not be extinguished." Another group "Women's Political Suffrage Network" also issued a statement, saying that "there is no fear of white wind and rain, and we will stick to the righteous path of women's voices." Under the "Hong Kong National Security Law", many female protesters have appeared in Hong Kong in recent years. Their images have been projected on skyscrapers in New York to commemorate the days when they were imprisoned for fighting for freedom in Hong Kong.

Before the "March 8th International Women's Day", a skyscraper in New York, USA, projected in the night a group of images of female protesters who were imprisoned by the Hong Kong government for fighting for democracy and freedom in Hong Kong, including those who had been imprisoned for more than 500 days Zou Xingtong, Huang Yuanlin, Zhu Huiying, as well as He Guilan and Mao Mengjing who are more than 700 days old.

Hong Kong Women's Workers' Association: Women's voices will never die

Various women's groups in Hong Kong also issued statements, including the statement of the Hong Kong Women's Labor Association, saying that they are grateful to the women who participated in the discussion of policy opinions and making demonstration signs; Notice of Objection”, but the police met with the police several times later. The association has tried its best to revise the agreement to implement the action.

The association described the cancellation of the recent activities as a difficult, regrettable and helpless decision. The association also pointed out that the pressure and warnings against supportive groups or citizens "made us feel angry, helpless, and sad." However, Hong Kong society is still unfair, and the situation of women and workers is still worsening , will strive for voice and policy improvement space.

Women's Suffrage Network: Upholding the Right Way of Women's Voices

Another group "Women's Political Suffrage Network" also took advantage of the "March 8th Women's Day" to issue a statement, stating that every year before the "March 8th Women's Day", non-governmental organizations concerned about women's rights, gender equality, or women's labor issues would launch marches and rallies , to advocate various policy reforms to improve women's rights, promote gender equality, and enhance women's labor dignity.

The statement pointed out that these rights have been severely suppressed in recent years. The Hong Kong government has suppressed opposing voices and restricted freedom of speech, posing unprecedented threats to basic human rights in Hong Kong. Under such circumstances, "Women Politics" believes that the current urgent task is to defend the civil rights of Hong Kong in order to truly "tell the Hong Kong story".

The statement of "Women's Politics" also pointed out that on the "March 8th Women's Day", "we must resolutely wave and hug our partners again. We still stick to our original aspirations in Hong Kong. We hope that each other will work silently in our respective positions and continue to work hard." Speak up for human rights, and pave a way to the light for those who walk in the dark."

Hong Kong media "Ming Pao" revealed that the Women Workers Association was "washed out" and encouraged to take to the streets

The Hong Kong Women's Labor Association was issued a "Notice of No Objection" by the Hong Kong police earlier. It was originally scheduled to march on Sunday (5th) to fight for women's rights, but then stopped. The Hong Kong media "Ming Pao" found that at least 9 social media accounts continued to post messages on the accounts of the Women's Workers' Association and social activists to encourage them to take to the streets two days before the parade, declaring that they "forced Xiuton" and "we can finally come out." Act scare and play scare", accounting for about 65% of the messages.

"Ming Pao" pointed out that among these accounts, two of them had posted many times on the establishment page in the past, including "Support Secretary of Security Tang Bingqiang", "SaveHK" and other Facebook pages. One of the accounts was involved in the theft of other people's avatars .
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