List of hartal in Bangladesh

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This is a list of hartal (labour strikes or collective actions) occurring in Bangladesh.

Date
Day-Month-Year
Time Hartal Called By Reason Human casualties Other Casualties and incidents
Between 1962 and 1971 Total 15 days
then East Pakistan[1]
. . .
Between 1972 and 1975 Total 5 days[1] . . .
Between 1981 and 1987 Total 59 days[1] . . .
Between 1991 and 1996 Total 266 days[1] *Unknown days hartal called by Awami League . .
Between 1996 and 2001 Total 215 days[1] *59 days hartal called by BNP [2] . . Survey made by Chittagong University shows gross financial loss due to hartals during 1991-2001 was BDT 1,834,650,000.
Between 2001 and 2006 Total days UNKNOWN *173 days [3] hartal called by Bangladesh Awami League .
Between 2007 and 2008 Total days UNKNOWN UNKNOWN .
Between 2010 and April 2013 Total days UNKNOWN *17 days [3] hartal called by Awami League .
30-11-2010 All day [4]
1193rd hartal in the history of Bangladesh
BNP Opposing Khaleda Zia's eviction after 30-year long stay in military house . 9 vehicles torched in Dhaka
02-04-2013 All day[5] Shibir opposed to sending Delwar Hossain Sayeedi on police remand for questioning. .
9-04-2013 All day[6] BNP protesting against courts sending its top 17 leaders to jail. .
10-04-2013 All day[6] BNP protesting against courts sending its top 17 leaders to jail. .
11-04-2013 All day[7] Shibir to press for the release of Shibir President Delwar Hussen. 1 person killed in khulna[8]
-Many injured all over the country.
-Huge number of vehicles torched.
23-04-2013 All day[9] BNP demands for release of top leaders. . -10 person injured [10] -5 Buses torched night before hartal.
24-04-2013 All day[11] BNP demands for release of top leaders. . -Vehicles damaged by throwing stone.
26 to 28-11-2013 Four days BNP . . -Vehicles damaged by throwing stone.

08-05-13 ||

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Hartal is now occurring in Bangaladesh at least 2 days a week.

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