The government of Chapasthan has assured its people that they will be absolutely safe from the Omicron variant of Covid-22, as authorities, under the celestial guidance of the supreme leader, have taken the strictest measures to prevent another wave of the pandemic.
The minister of roads and highways recently decided to turn all thoroughfares of Chapasthan into racetracks, as the country’s drivers have a natural inclination towards going fast and putting everyone’s lives at risk.
As is tradition, Chapasthan witnessed yet another spate of violence perpetrated by the majority on the minority in the past couple of days, triggering the country’s authorities and experts to recycle their remarks about pluralism, conspiracy and geopolitics.
Dhaka is not a big city, but it is not an organised city either. Old Dhaka was fondly called ‘Bayanno Bajar Teppanno Goli’r Shohor’ (a city of 52 bazaars and 53 lanes) by many, and many parts of new Dhaka can also be confusing to commute for the uninitiated.
Despite suspension of ridesharing services via motorcycles due to health safety concerns, bikers can still be seen with their vehicles parked at intersections in the capital, waving to potential passengers, and with some success too, as many commuters still choose the verbal-contract service despite the risks associated.