xFerry services on Paturia-Daulatdia route have resumed almost after seven hours of disruption caused by thick fog. Mohiuddin Rasel, assistant manager of Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Corporation (BIWTC) at Patuaria ghat, said the authorities suspended the ferry services on the route from 3:30am to 10:15am on Monday due to poor visibility caused by dense fog. Due to the disruption of the ferry services, hundreds of vehicle remained stuck on both sides of the ghats.
The ferry services in Paturia and Daulatdia has been suspended yet again from 4:30am on Sunday due to loss of navigability caused by dense fog. Six ferries, carrying passengers and vehicles are marooned in the Padma River. Meanwhile, seven ferries in Paturia and 3 in Daulatdia remain docked due to the navigational hazard. Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Corporation (BIWTC) Assistant Manager Mohiuddin Russell confirmed the matter to the Dhaka Tribune.
Ferry services on the Paturia-Daulatdia route have resumed after about eight hours. The services were suspended on early Saturday as dense fog reduced visibility. Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Corporation (BIWTC) authorities resumed ferry services and plying of the water vessels on the route from 10am as the fog lifted, said Nasir Uddin Mohammad Chowdhury, assistant general manager of BIWTC at Aricha.
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