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Pourasabha officers and staff continued their road blockade programme demanding nationalisation of their jobs and payment of arrears and salaries, creating obstacles to movement of vehicles and sufferings to commuters as well. This photo was taken from in front of Jatiya Press Club on Wednesday.

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Pourasabha officers and staff continued their road blockade programme demanding nationalisation of their jobs and payment of arrears and salaries, creating obstacles to movement of vehicles and sufferings to commuters as well. This photo was taken from in

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