The fear of flood in the Haor (Wetlands) of Bangladesh, a request to farmers to reap paddy quickly
India’s rain causes floods in Bangladesh. People around the world are currently living with infected patients with the panic of coronavirus. Bangladesh is not excluded from this epidemic.
During the Corona epidemic, the Water Development Board of Bangladesh (BWDB) has reported a flood concern in the Haors area situated at the North- East region in Sylhet District of Bangladesh. And that news is really bad news for the Haor inhabitant of Sylhet.
A hint of bad news has come through a report from the Flood Forecast and Warning Center (FWC) of BWDB under the Ministry of Water Resources of Bangladesh. The report has been published by the Executive Engineer FWC of BWDB.
That report says there is a possibility of a flood in Haor. Arifuzzaman Bhuiyan, the Executive Engineer, FWC, BWDB has published this information. On behalf of the BWDB, the Engineer has told the farmers with a request to reap the paddy as soon as possible.
Heavy rains are likely to occur in the North-East region of India, including Meghalaya, Assam, and Tripura in the forthcoming days. And that rainwater will be entered through the join rivers run over the Sylhet region and may cause flooded the Haors of Sylhet region.
The report says such a concern. On the other hand, a northwester storm is going to come to the Bangladesh territory at the end of this month.