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Road to Port City needs immediate repair
The road connecting Capital Dhaka with the Port City Chattogram is in poor shape. Hundreds of cargo vehicles take great risk every day while using this road.
Over the last few years, the condition of the road has deteriorated even further and the road right now is in desperate need of repair.
Because of potholes on some sections of it, vehicles have to use only one side of the road. This is extremely dangerous and the authorities should take steps to repair the road without any further delay.

Zabed Wali
Chattogram

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