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2:08 am | July 4, 2020
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The coastal peoples are going to move from shelter to their home
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The coastal peoples are going to move from shelter to their home

In the coastal area, cyclone stops bulging. The speed of the wind has decreased. People are returning from their shelter to their respective areas on Monday as the emergency signal went down.

After the cycle stops the collapse of the bulbul becomes clear. Locals claim that around 60 to 70 % of 3 to 5 percent of the Clay made houses have been destroyed. Fish with shrimp have gone away from the production area.

In addition, thousands of houses were destroyed in the storm in several areas, lower areas were flooded in some places, and large numbers of trees fell. However, until Sunday evening, it confirmed the death of 14 people.

Of those, 2 were found dead in Khulna, 2 in Bagerhat, 1 in Patuakhali, 1 in Pirojpur, 1 in Madaripur, 1 in Bhola, 1 in Satkhira, 1 in Shariatpur, 1 in Barisal, 1 in Gopalganj and 2 in Barguna.

Meanwhile, in search of the missing fishermen in the case of fishing boats along with 24 fishermen, the rescue campaign continued at different points of the Meghna river.

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