US advises citizens to exercise caution

The US Embassy has advised US citizens to exercise caution in Bangladesh around the upcoming parliamentary elections. This warning was given by the US Embassy in Dhaka on Sunday afternoon.

The warning titled ‘Demonstration Alert’ says that the next general election in Bangladesh will be held before or around January 2024. Political party rallies and other election activities have already started in view of that election. As the date of general elections approaches, political rallies and protest programs are likely to increase. In view of such a situation, US citizens in Bangladesh should exercise caution.

US citizens should remember that peaceful protests can turn violent at any moment, the warning said. In this situation, they should avoid places of large gatherings and protests. Personal security plans should be reviewed. Be aware of local events and surrounding environmental conditions and keep an eye on media reports.

The warning from the US Embassy also mentions the measures to be taken by the citizens of the country. These are – avoiding large gatherings and places of protest, always being aware of your surroundings, keeping an eye on local media reports, being vigilant and always carrying a charged mobile phone for emergency communications.

(Dhakatimes/22 May/KM)

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