News Desk: 16 hotels in Jessore city have been relocated to quarantine passport holders returning to India. It has been decided to make recreation in the hotels of the four surrounding districts if space is not available. The decision was taken at an emergency meeting chaired by Jessore Deputy Commissioner Tamizul Islam Khan at noon on Friday (April 30). Representatives of hotel owners in Jessore were present at the meeting.
Deputy Commissioner Tamizul Islam Khan said, "Many more people are coming from India than we thought the number of passport passengers would return." The hotels in Benapole are full. Gazi's Dargah Orphanage and Madrasa buildings in Jhikargachha Upazila have also been completed. 202 people have been kept there. That is why it was decided to recreate the hotels in Jessore to ensure quarantine of the passengers returning from India. The hotel owners have agreed to keep passport passengers at a low price. Besides, the administration will take all possible steps to ensure hygiene in these hotels. He added that the number of returnees is exceeding one thousand. That is why it has been decided to keep them in hotels in Jessore city as well as in neighboring Khulna, Satkhira, Jhenaidah and Narail districts. Additional Deputy Commissioner (General) is looking after the return of Assad. Rafiqul Hasan.
He will inform the details. Additional Deputy Commissioner (Overall) said. When an attempt was made to contact Rafiqul Hasan, he refused to speak as he was busy. However, NDC KM Mamunur Rashid said at 5 pm, 16 hotels have been relocated so far. Among them are Jessore ICT Park's three-star quality hotel, Jaber International, Hotel Hasan International, Hotel City Plaza, Hotel Magpie, Hotel RS, Hotel Manihar, Hotel Max, Hotel Sonali, City Hotel, Hotel Shahriar, Hotel Nayan There are Hotel New Way, Hotel Prince, Hotel City, Jessore Hotel.
He added that 36 people have already been accommodated at Nayan Hotel in Jessore, 44 at Hasan International, 16 at Hotel Magpie, 6 at RS Hotel, 11 at Hotel Max and 6 at Sheikh Hasina IT Park Hotel. Meanwhile, Jessore Additional Superintendent of Police Sheikh Salauddin Sikder said police and Ansar had been deployed for security at all the places where passengers returning to India were kept. After a 14-day stay, these passengers will be allowed to return home subject to obtaining a Corona Negative Certificate.