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fact, some officials concerned admit, the demand for electricty has gone up more than estimated, by up to 20 per cent.The government has tripled power generation over the past eight years and still it is struggling to deal with the electricity demands, stakeholders said.Official records show, other than in a few larger cities such as Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi and Comilla, power supply falls short of demand everywhere else.And from the state of the villages it hardly seems there has been any improvement at all it the power situation.Though there is no mention of any significant shortfall in the Power Development Board (PDB) books, reality tells a different story.The issue of power crisis was raised at the conference of general managers (GMs) of 80 Palli Biddyut (rural electricity) associations under the Rural Electrification Board (REB) on 14 and 15 July. The general managers pointed to the dismal state of electricity in the rural areas.A few of the GMs told Prothom Alo, on condition of anonymity, that it was not possible to stop power outage (or halt load-shedding as is called technically) in the rural areas as the supply was less than the demand. Power supply was also held up due to limitations in the transmission and distribution systems, the officials said.On Saturday the peak demand for power was 9500 MW and the highest production capacity was 9640 MW, according to PDB. That would mean there should have been no shortfall or load-shedding in the country.However, our Naogaon correspondent reported that at around 8pm Saturday night, power supply in the district was about half of the demand. The supply was 88 MW against a demand of demand 173 MW. Our correspondents said power supply was less than demand in Barguna, Rangpur and Jessore too at that time.There was a power failure in Dhaka’s Karwan Bazar at 9:10pm on Saturday night. And executive director of Dhaka Power Distribution Company (DPDC) Ramiz Uddin Sarkar said that this happened due to faults in a transformer. Thatt was being repaired, he added.PDB chairman Khaled Mahmud told Prothom Alo, there was there was a 400MW deficit in power supply to the western bank of the river Jamuna as a transmission tower has been damaged in a storm recently.However, efforts were on to meet the shortfall through operation of power stations on this side the river. The fuel-fired power units to be operated only at peak hours, are now operating round the clock. He said normally on Saturday there should have been no load-shedding.Several officials of the power ministry said that with the general election coming up, the government does not want to see such load-shedding next year.Yet no major power plant has started up either and will not likely start before 2021. So the government has started working on a 3,000 MW oil-fired power plant as such plants can be set up quickly.Energy expert, formerly special assistant to the chief advisor for the power and energy ministry, and professor of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) M Tamim said, on principle this move by the government cannot be supported. This will damage the balance of fuel in the power sector. Over 30 per cent of power generated will be oil-fired. If the prices of oil go up for any reason, this will hit the economy hard.Professor Tamim said, the government is lagging behind in setting up major power plants, yet the demand for power is increasing steadily. So for the time being the government really doesn’t have any other alternative, he pointed out.He said that with oil prices relatively low at present, this may not create any pressure now. But the risk will increase unless the two major coal-fired plants start operations within the next two years. The low price of oil is not likely to continue for over two years more, he expressed views.It is not possible to assess the actual state of electricity sitting in Dhaka. Sources in the Rural Electrification Board (REB), which supplies power to remote areas and about 70 per cent of the subscribers, said that on average there is no electricity for half the time in the small towns and villages all over the country. The REB’s present demand is over 6000 MW, but receives just about 4500 MW for distribution among its clients.Even during the Eid festival this year, the villages faced power outage for hours on end, the worst in the past two to three years. Yet every month, as part of the government’s plan to ensure electricity for all by 2020, every month about 400,000 subscribers in small towns and villages are being given new power connections. As a result, the demand is up, but supply is not.According to experts, simply increasing generation is not enough. The capacity of transmission and distribution infrastructure (substations, transformers, lines, etc) has to be increased too. This is time-consuming and costly. This work is on, but not in keeping with the lines being connected, officials further admit.Generation is less than demand.With a shortfall in gas supply, 1700 MW of power cannot be generated. That is why the three-year and five-year rental and quick rental power plants set up in 2010 are still keeping the power situation somewhat in control. That is why the government is obliged to extend the term of these power plants.Other than the REB, the Western Zone Power Distribution Company (WZPDC) distributes power to 21 districts in the south and southwest regions of the country. The highest demand in this region is 1400 MW but that is never met. There is a minimum 200 MW to maximum 500 MW shortfall. Rajshahi and Rangpur divisions come under the newly formed northwest region power distribution company. The highest demand there is 900 MW. The supply is highest 800 MW and lowest 600 MW.In Dhaka, DPDC’s demand is 1500MW and DESCO’s 850MW. Unless for any specific reason, the supply meets the demand here. The PDB also has some distribution zones of its own. All the other distribution companies complain that load-shedding is relatively lesser in these zones, even in the rural areas, because it is the PDB’s responsibility to divide up power for the various areas of the companies. The PDB does not admit this, saying that it is the ministry that decides on how much power will be given to each company and the distribution is done accordingly. The actual problem is supply being less than demand and the limitations in transmission and distribution systems.The PDB sources say, power generation has been around 9000MW for the past few days and the demand has been around the same. But ministry sources say, demands have gone up more than estimated. In the cities, it has gone up 20 per cent more than estimates and in the villages about 15 per cent more.State minister for power Nasrul Hamid said the same at the GM conference. So, the PDB’sumers Association of Bangladesh (CAB)’s energy advisor M Shamsul Alam told Prothom Alo, this initiative is in no way people-friendly. It is a business-friendly project. This will increase the generation costs of electricity as well and the deficit between the government’s income and expenditure.He said, this is in contradiction to the government’s policy. The government plans to have major base-load power plants to keep electricity prices at a tolerable level. But this initiative for oil-fired power plants will throw those plans off balance.* This report, originally published in Prothom Alo print edition, has been rewritten in English by Ayesha Kabir.
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193_BOGRAHIGHWAYROADDAMAGE4AAs many as 17 roads have been destroyed due to ongoing floods in 10 districts in the country, according to the Roads and Highways Department (RHD) of Bangladesh.Roads in Dinajpur and Kurigram districts have been hit the hardest during the ongoing floods. Communications along nine intra-districts roads between the two districts have completely been severed during the ongoing floods. Five roads in Netrakona district have partially been submerged. Parts of the three roads in Jamalpur, Faridpur and Shariatpur districts are also underwater. Despite this reality, the RHD authorities do not have complete records of the damaged roads. RHD officials said preliminary, the authorities had listed 73 highways and district roads that were damaged in the floods.The officials also said at least 600 kilometres of roads were damaged in Rangpur, Kurigram, Lalmonirhat, Bogra, Gaibandha, Joypurhat, Dinajpur, Thakurgaon, Panchagarh and Nilpahamari.Another 200 kilometres were also submerged, destroying 19 bridges and culverts in the flood-hit districts, the officials added.
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Two Bangladeshi expatriates were killed in a road accident at Umm Salal Ali town in Qatar on Saturday midnight (Qatar local time).The deceased are Foysal Ahmed, 27, son of Abdul Jalil of Kholagaon village in Borolekha upazila and Moksud Bokhs, 32, son of Rafiq Bokhs of Joypasha village in Kulaura municipality.According to victims family sources, the accident took place at midnight on August 26 while they were returning their residence, leaving the duo dead on the spot.Police recovered the bodies and sent those to Al-Hamad Hospital in Doha for autopsy.
A tow truck removes the stolen truck, which was driven through a crowd outside a department in Stockholm. Photo: AFPA massive manhunt was underway for the driver of a stolen truck that ploughed into a crowd outside a busy department store in central Stockholm Friday, killing four and injuring 15, Swedish police said.A national police chief, Stefan Hector, said the police’s “working hypothesis is that this is a terror attack.”One man was arrested in connection with the attack but the driver remained at large, police said.According to the Aftonbladet newspaper, the arrested man is a 39-year-old of Uzbek origin and a supporter of the Islamic State (IS) group.Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said he had strengthened the country’s border controls.“Terrorists want us to be afraid, want us to change our behaviour, want us to not live our lives normally, but that is what we’re going to do. So terrorists can never defeat Sweden, never,” he said.If confirmed as a terror attack, it would be Sweden’s first such attack with a deadly outcome.Pictures taken at the scene showed a large blue truck with a mangled undercarriage smashed into the Ahlens department store.Witnesses described scenes of terror and panic.One witness identified only as Dimitris told the Aftonbladet the truck came “out of nowhere.”“I couldn’t see if anyone was driving but it was out of control. I saw at least two people get run down. I ran as fast as I could away from there,” he said.‘Like a bomb’Another shopper, 66-year-old Leander Nordling, was at Ahlens when he suddenly heard a loud bang.“It sounded like a bomb exploding and smoke starting pouring in through the main entrance,” he told the Aftonbladet.He and fellow shoppers took refuge in a storage room inside the department store.“After that the building was evacuated There were a lot of guards who took care of us outside and they urged us to leave the scene immediately,” Nordling said.Video footage taken from above showed scores of people streaming down the street in terror.A spokeswoman for beer company Spendrups told AFP that the truck involved “had been stolen during a delivery to a restaurant.”Friday’s attack was the latest in a string of similar assaults with vehicles in Europe, including in London, Berlin and the southern French city of Nice.‘Attack on us all’The attack occurred just before 1300 GMT at the corner of the store and Drottninggatan, the city’s biggest pedestrian street, above ground from Stockholm’s central subway station.Thick smoke billowed from the scene, while the area was blocked off by police and crowds gathered around the police cordon.Police vans circulating in the city using loudspeakers urged people to go straight home and avoid large crowds.The centre of the usually buzzing city was put on lockdown, with the central train station evacuated and other stores quickly emptied of shoppers.The Stockholm metro was also completely shut down for several hours before resuming in the early evening, with the attack taking place at T-Centralen station, through which all the city’s lines pass.Cinemas, shopping malls and other public buildings were also evacuated.The area around the attack was cordoned off, but other streets in the city were packed for hours with pedestrians trying to find a way home.Another section of Drottninggatan was also the scene of Sweden’s only other terror attack, in 2010, when a suicide bomber blew himself up, killing himself and slightly injuring several others.European politicians expressed solidarity, with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker saying that it was an “attack on us all.”A spokesman for German Chancellor Angela Merkel said: “Our thoughts go out to the people in Stockholm, to the injured, their relatives, rescuers and police.“We stand together against terror.”US State Department spokesman Mark Toner said Washington was ready to provide any help it could to investigate “this brutal and senseless attack”.“Attacks like this are intended to sow the seeds of fear, but in fact they only strengthen our shared resolve to combat terrorism around the world,”t month, Khalid Masood, a 52-year-old convert to Islam known to British security services, killed five people when he drove a car at high speed into pedestrians on London’2014, IS called for attacks on citizens of Western countries and gave instructions on how they could be carried out without military equipment, using rocks or knives, or by running people over in vehicles.
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United Nations secretary general Antonio Guterres. File PhotoAmid ‘humanitarian and human rights nightmare’ in Myanmar, UN secretary-general António Guterres on Thursday urged full aid access, safe return of displaced Rohingya, and end to military operations.Amid an escalating crisis in northern Rakhine state in Myanmar, United Nations secretary-general urged its government to end military operations, allow unfettered access to those in need, and ensure the safe and voluntary return of displaced Rohingya to their homes, said a UN release appeared on its website.“The situation has spiralled into the world’s fastest-developing refugee emergency and a humanitarian and human rights nightmare,” said the UN secretary general while briefing the 15-member Security Council on Thursday.“Since 25 August, at least 500,000 civilians had fled their homes and sought safety in Bangladesh, he said, adding that Myanmar authorities themselves had indicated that at least 176 of 471 Muslim villages in northern Rakhine had been totally abandoned,” read the release. Elsewhere too, most of the abandoned villages were majority Muslim. There seemed to be a deeply disturbing pattern to the violence and ensuing large movements of an ethnic group from their homes, he said, warning that such systemic violence risked spilling over into central Rakhine, where an additional 250,000 Muslims could face displacement.Naikhangchhari Rohingya camp. Photo: Sabina Yasmin“The devastating humanitarian situation was not only a breeding ground for radicalization, it also put vulnerable people including young children at risk of criminal elements, including trafficking,” he continued.Read more: Guterres calls for end to Rohingya nightmare“We have received bone-chilling accounts from those who fled mainly women, children and the elderly,” he added. Testimonials pointed to excessive violence and serious violations of human rights, including indiscriminate firing of weapons, the use of landmines against civilians and sexual violence.The Myanmar authorities must fulfil their fundamental obligation of ensuring the safety and security of all communities and upholding the rule of law without discrimination, he stressed. United Nations agencies and non-governmental partners must be granted immediate and safe access to all affected communities, he said, expressing concern about the current climate of antagonism towards the United Nations. “Given the enormous needs, this position is deeply regrettable.”The Rohingya had the right to a safe and voluntary return to their homes, he stressed. While the 1993 Joint Statement of the foreign ministers of Bangladesh and Myanmar was a good starting point in facilitating the return, it was not sufficient as it did not refer to resolving the root cause of displacement and required documents to prove residency that the fleeing Rohingya may not be able to provide. He also stressed that the displaced must not be relocated yet again to camp-like conditions.Emphasizing the role of the advisory commission on Rakhine State as a blueprint for the longer-term issues, he stressed that the Muslims of Rakhine must be granted nationality.All others must be able to obtain a legal status that allowed them freedom of movement and access to labour markets, education and health services.
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Fear grips opposition candidates, voters as wellOpposition candidates are concerned and voters doubtful about a fair election, while the minorities are in fear of post-poll violence, following repeated attacks allegedly by the ruling party men.Almost all opposition candidates in all 11 constituencies in Mymensing and six constituencies in Sirajganj told Prothom Alo that their activists are being attacked by the Awami League activists and they are facing obstruction during their election campaign.The members of the minority community, who experienced a post-poll violence after the lopsided 5 January general elections in 2014, expressed apprehensions of recurrence of such violence this time as well.If the elections are held in a fair manner, results in all the 11 constituencies of Mymensingh will be different from the rigged ones, a private employee in the town but a resident of Tarakananda upazila, said.The voter is just doubtful about a fair election.However, the administration officials are confident about holding a fair poll in Mymensingh. The officials said the candidates of both the camps are not facing campaign difficulties as, they claimed, there is a relatively low rate of election violence in the district.But, the BNP leaders alleged, the election atmosphere is still not peaceful there as their leaders and activists are under pressure and spending days in fear.The ALs joint general secretary Kazi Azad Jahan is confident about his partys victory as he said popularity of the ‘boat’ is always high in Mymensingh.BNP leaders in Mymensingh-2 constituency said the party candidate is under pressure after filing of cases and arrest of leaders and workers following a clash at the beginning of election campaign.AL leaders in Mymensingh-3, where the AL’s Nazim Uddin Ahmed and the BNP’the key constituency of Myanmensign-4, the AL-led alliance nominated Jatiya Party co-chairperson Rowshan Ershad as the candidate of the grand alliance.BNP leaders said they did not face much obstruction at the beginning, but once campaign gets momentum, the AL camp increased their activities, creating difficulties.AL leaders alleged that the BNP leaders and activists have suddenly become violent.Opposition confined to chaosSirajganj town has witnessed a vibrant canvassing huge number of posters here and there, electronic campaigns and many rallies. However, it all is in favour of the ruling party candidates.This is the common scene in all constituencies.Asked about election campaign, BNP candidate of Sirajganj-2 Rumana Mahmud, wife of former BNP minister Iqbal Hasan Madmud, said, “Our activists are being beaten. Whenever we plan to go out for campaign, we first inform the police and then go out with the police protection”.Asked about the allegation, Sirajganj-2 constituency’s AL candidate Habibe Millat said, “This is the political rhetoric. I’m a physician. I’ve no idea of it.”Asked about the matter, citizens group Shujan’s Sirajganj district unit general secretary Helal Ahmed said, “We want an environment free from fear so that everybody can vote peacefully. That is rather absent.”The AL has fielded some stalwarts in Sirajganj heath minister Mohammad Nasim for Sirajganj-1, Habibe Millat, son-in-law of LGRD minister Khandakar Mosharaff Hossain in Sirajganj-2, Tanvir Imam, son of the prime minister political affairs adviser HT Imam at Sirajganj-4 and director of Dhaka Shishu Hospital Abdul Aziz.Local voters said many things are happening behind the scenes to ensure victory of the AL’s ‘heavy-weight candidates’. That is why, they added, the BNP candidates are failing to campaign.BNP candidate in Sirajaganj-1 singer Rumana Morshed Kanak Chapa alleged that her leaders and activists are being threatened and election campaign is obstructed.She said the complaints were raised to the authorities concerned who assured her of taking action.Each candidate of the opposition camp alleged that their activists are being attacked by the AL men.District returning officer Kamrunnahar said, “I’m sending every complaint to the authorities concerned. But, they are not telling me anything about that.”Election festivity missing in Malopara, JessoreCalled as Malopara in Bangla, the fishermen community has 115 families consisting of around 700 members, in Chapatala village of Abhaynagar upazila, on the bank of Bhairab river.Prothom Alo on Sunday talked to some of the community members across ages and gender, who expressed their concern.The community members, who have 400 eligible voters, alleged that four of the attackers in 2014 are now campaigning for the AL candidate Ranajir Kumar Ray.One of them is said to be a member of the AL candidate’s electioneering committee.One of the attackers is Md Qamruzzaman, whom the AL MP Ranajit commended as an ‘eminent social worker, politician and educationist’, the local people said.When contacted, Qamruzzaman told Prothom Alo that he is an AL member and he was not involved in the attack. He claimed that he was victim of conspiracy and sent to jail.The community people said some of their members have left home fearing violence. Their return depends on the post-polls situation, they added.*These reports is a compilation of three reports filed by Shirir Moral and Masud Alam from Jessore, Kamrul Hasan and Sajedul Alam from Sirajganj, Moshtaq Ahmed and Kamran Parvez from Mymensingh. It has been rewritten by Toriqul Islam
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