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Special cattle train with 803 cows reaches Dhaka

19 July 2021
Special cattle train with 803 cows reaches Dhaka

Sacrificial animals arrive the Kampalpur Railway Station in Dhaka on Sunday by special trains ahead of Eid-ul-Azha.


Staff Reporter :
A special cattle train with 803 cows reached Dhaka on Sunday. Ninety-seven cows from Chapainawabganj and Rajshahi reached Kamalapur Railway Station before 9am, Bangladesh Railway said.
Besides, 400 cows from Jamalpur's Islampur bazar station and 306 cows and 20 goats from Dewanganj bazar came to Dhaka.  
The Bangladesh Railway sources said a total of sacrificial animals worth Tk 3,0,67000 reached here on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha.
Another special train with 80 cows from Chapainawabganj is likely to arrive on Sunday.

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