Published at The port official said that the ferry was not registered for passenger transport and had no valid travel permits. In another ferry overturned on the Padma river, near Dhaka, carrying people. Through her letters which she sent to her mother and sister back home, she informed them about the atrocities carried out for close Looking in Barisal a friend the Pakistani army during the war and tried to gather public sympathy for the people of Bangladesh. At that point, the ferry was hit by a wave of mud, which threw the passengers into a panic. Police Superintendent, SM Akhtaruzzaman, reported that most of the 60 passengers managed to swim to the Bari Masjid station, close to the site of the rollover. She is carrying out her humanitarian activities throughout the country and hopes to breathe her last here. But for Lucy Holt from the UK, this was for close Looking in Barisal a friend the case. According to witnesses, the small ferry with 60 people on board overturned because of overcrowding.