Bangladesh Road Transport Owners Association secretary general Khandakar Enayet Ullah has said there is no demand for advance tickets marking the upcoming Eid-ul-Azha. As a result, there is less possibility of selling advance tickets. Of course, tickets will be sold, if there is any demand.
Responding to the query about the sale of advance bus tickets for the festival of Eid-ul-Azha of this year, he made the remarks on Thursday.He said people have less interest to go home due to coronavirus pandemic. Thus, demand for advance tickets is not being observed.
Mentionable, the public transport has been allowed to ply conditionally from June 1 after the end of general holidays for two months. The public transport has been given permission to carry 50 percent passengers. Under this circumstance, it is being assumed that people will stay at home.