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Illegal parts of multi-storey buildings on the banks of Buriganga were bulldozed during eviction drive conducted by the Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority. But the owners of these buildings begin construction work afresh to make them inhabitable again. This photo was taken from Islambagh of Kamrangirchar in Dhaka on Sunday.

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Illegal parts of multi-storey buildings on the banks of Buriganga were bulldozed during eviction drive conducted by the Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority. But the owners of these buildings begin construction work afresh to make them inhabitable

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