Terrible flood situation in Sylhet-Sunamganj
Terrible flood situation in Sylhet-Sunamganj – Extreme levels of flood danger were announced in Sylhet and Sunamganj districts in northeastern Bangladesh. Millions of people have been flooded. According to the administration, about three million people have been affected in these two districts. Ahmed Noor, a journalist from Sylhet, says that water has risen in almost all parts of Sylhet city. to check update news all time nearly visit the Website.
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The flood situation in Sylhet News has deteriorated due to continuous rains and steep slopes. Water is constantly rising in Sylhet city and surrounding Upazilas. Thousands of people in the city of Sylhet have spent the night in panic due to the sudden rise of the Surma river since Monday afternoon.
Qayyum Ahmed, a resident of the suburbs of the city, told Dhaka Post that water has entered my house since this morning. My house is three feet above the road. Even then the last was not saved. Many things, including home furniture, are under water.
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Mostafiz Ruman, an official of a private bank, said that due to rising water level in the roads, it is getting late to reach the destination. Many people are suffering.
I didn’t sleep all night. Because the water is boiling in front of my house. I am thinking about when water enters the house. If water enters the house after going to sleep, many things including valuable furniture will be ruined.
It is learned that the last 5-6 days of incessant rains and hill slopes have submerged several places in the border upazila of Sylhet. Roads are submerged. In many places, water has flooded the houses. Due to the sudden rise of Surma water, flood waters have inundated several places in Sylhet city.
Abul Hasnat, a resident of Machimpur area of the city, said, “Water has started rising in different parts of our area since evening. The rate of growth of this water seems to be much higher. There is no water in my house yet. But I am very worried. The water level of various rivers and canals in Jaintapur, Kompaniganj, Gowainghat and Kanaighat has increased at an abnormal rate.
In these places river water is flowing over the danger zone. Besides, water of different haors including Sylhet Sadar upazila is also increasing.
flood waters have inundated several places in Sylhet city
Regarding the weather situation, senior meteorologist of Sylhet Meteorological Office Saeed Chowdhury said that the water level has risen in different parts of Sylhet mainly due to continuous rains in the last few days. Moreover, the river water of Sylhet is increasing due to the slope of upstream. Even three days ago, where the water was a few feet below the river bank, it has been filled to the brim in the last 24 hours.
Asif Ahmed, executive engineer of the Sylhet District Water Development Board, said the river water in Sylhet was rising abnormally. This is a cause for concern. The Indian state of Meghalaya is receiving heavy rainfall. And that water is coming upstream to Bangladesh. If the rains do not subside in the Indian state of Meghalaya, then there is no possibility of this water receding.
Terrible deterioration of flood situation in Sylhet
All parts of Sylhet have already been inundated by torrential rains and downpours. From town to village: Every place is full of water. People have left their homes for safe haven. Life has become miserable due to waterlogging. However, with some improvement in the flood situation, hope is being instilled in the affected people.
It was seen on the ground on Sunday (June 19) that the flood waters have started receding in different upazilas including Sylhet city since morning due to lack of rain at night. In some places the water has decreased by 2 to 3 inches, while in other places it has decreased by 1 to 1.5 feet.
Azir Mia of Laladighir Par area of the city told Dhaka Post that the water level has decreased a lot since Saturday. I had waist-deep water in my room. The water has come down to the knees since this morning. I will get relief if it decreases quickly.
The flood situation in the northeastern districts of Sylhet and Sunamganj has further deteriorated due to the steep slopes and continuous rains coming down from the upper reaches. Branches and ATM booths of various banks have been submerged in water in many areas.
The branch activities of the bank have to be stopped due to drowning. This is disrupting banking activities and booth services. Officials of various public and private banks confirmed the information on Saturday.
The flood situation districts of Sylhet and Sunamganj
Abul Kashem, managing director (MD) of private Dutch-Bangla Bank, has given a status on social media Facebook saying that the ATM booth has been submerged in water due to the sudden flood in Sylhet and water has also risen outside the branch. Shirin. “Fifty of our ATM booths have been flooded,” he wrote in the status quo on Friday.
The picture shows the ground floor of a building in Sunamganj Chhatak area submerged in flood waters. The building houses branches of Dutch Bangla Bank, Sonali Bank and National Bank.
Ali Reza Iftekhar, managing director (MD) of private Eastern Bank Limited (EBL), said, “We have a lot of water in front of our various banks.
In Bishwanath Upazila, waist-deep water has entered one of our branches. Customers could not come to the bank. Talking to Bangladesh Bank, we can close Fenchuganj and Bishwanath branches. And we have already removed the ATMs. ATM services have been shut down in some flood-hit areas.
Water due to the sudden flood in Sylhet
Students at Dhaka University (DU) have demanded that Sylhet and Sunamganj be declared as national disaster areas and provide quick relief due to the severe flood situation.
Students of Dhaka University (DU) have taken initiative to raise funds to help the flood-affected people in different parts of the country including Sylhet and Sunamganj.
The initiative was taken by the university’s Masters students at the Student-Teacher Center (TSC) on Saturday (June 18). They want to start raising money through the joint efforts of students of all years of the university.
In order to implement this initiative of the students, it was decided to conduct activities under a banner titled ‘Students of Dhaka University by the flood victims’. They will start this activity by raising money from university teachers, former and current students. Also students interested in raising money from all walks of life.
40 lakh people stranded in Sylhet, Sunamganj floodwater levels of flood danger were announced in Sylhet and Sunamganj districts in northeastern Bangladesh. Millions of people have been flooded. According to the administration, about three million people have been affected in these two districts. Ahmed Noor, a journalist from Sylhet, says that water has risen in almost all parts of Sylhet city.
Sirajul Islam Rubel, a student of the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism, who coordinated the initiative, said the public universities are run at the expense of the people of the country. This is our initiative to stand by the helpless people from the place of our responsibility towards the common people. Hopefully with everyone’s cooperation we will be able to go a long way.