Ticket seekers' crowd has almost doubled since the first day of selling train tickets in advance.
Longer queues were seen at Kamalapur Railway Station on Tuesday, the second day of advance ticket sales for Eid-ul-Adha.
The number of people in the queues has almost doubled from the first day.
Many of the anxious ticket seekers complained that they have been waiting in the queue since Monday evening.
Many complained that the e-ticket service is not helping either.
"I tried several times to find a ticket for Dinajpur-bound trains using the Rail Sheba app. But the app kept showing a message saying 'MOBILE QUOTA SEATS NOT AVAILABLE',” said a person named Shamim Reza at Kamalapur.
"Now I am here to buy a ticket from the counters," he added.
This year Bangladesh Railway has started selling advance tickets at five different spots in Dhaka to ease the pressure.