Street hawkers have occupied footpaths in different areas of the capital city ahead of Eid-ul-Azha.
They move from place to place to sell goods and are a common sight in the city.
Sales pick up ahead of Eid and everyone, including the hawkers, prepare to grab the windfall.
Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest festival of the Muslims, is scheduled to be celebrated at the end of July.
Meanwhile, the death toll from coronavirus in Bangladesh rose to 2,151 on Tuesday as health authorities confirmed the death of 55 more patients. Besides, 3,027 new Covid-19 cases were detected, taking the total confirmed cases to 1,68,645.
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A UNB photojournalist captured photos of street hawkers on footpaths in city’s Gulshan Link Road and Moddho Badda areas on Tuesday.
Street hawkers sit on the footpath with vegetables.
A street hawker displays T-shirt to a buyer on the footpath.
Hawkers selling fruits on the footpath.
City dwellers walk along the narrow footpath amid Covid-19 outbreak as street hawkers occupied half of it putting everyone at the risk of infection.