Ban on polythene falls on deaf ears By Mahabub Alam | Last Updated: 7th July, 2019, 00:00

Despite a series of media reports and drives by law enforcers, production and use of polythene bags continue unabated. A section of businessmen is still producing poly bags although the authorities …

Ban on polythene falls on deaf ears

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