Vehicles were being affected most by the violence of the political agenda. Innocent common people are being killed brutally. Assets of thousands of career take are burnt. In some cases, drivers, passengers, and transport workers are burnt by petrol bombs. Thousands of vehicles are the victims of so-called political revenge. In last 25 months, 324 passengers across the country were killed in political violence. And four lakh 42 thousand 865 people were injured, including children and women.
This information came in a monitoring report entitled ‘Public transport, politics and violence with passenger's report – 2015’ Bangladesh Passengers Welfare Association publish that on the last Wednesday at Press Club. Secretary General Mozammel Hoque Chowdhury read the
The economy of the country is at major risk for the political violence. Along with the gas and electricity crisis and the strike and blockade in the last 14 days, the amount of damage is almost 28 thousand crore taka. Transport and communication system of the country has been ruined. Small businessmen and farmers are facing severe losses because they not able to sell their product. The textile industry is losing foreign buyers. For these reasons in the current fiscal year, it started to have an impact on the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth. Economists think that if this trend continues this year the GDP growth will less than six percent. Economist Mirza Ajijul Islam said to about the overall economy, after the violence of 2013 the last year the investment in the country was almost still. The investment and revenue