Heavy rain inundates parts of Bandarban; 165 mm rainfall recorded in 24hrs

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Heavy rain is a meteorological phenomenon characterised by a big and steady downpour of rain. It happens when moisture-laden air plenty converge and rise, resulting in the condensation of water vapor into raindrops.

Various areas of Bandarban district have been inundated on account of regular rainfall so far two days.

The low-lying areas of Hafez Ghona, Bus Station, Army Para and Islampur house went beneath five-seven toes of water.

Deputy Commissioner Shah Mojaheed Uddin talked about 192 short-term shelter centres have been opened and 41 medical teams have been saved in a position to maintain the situation.

In Lama upazila, 36 members of eight households who lived in places which may be liable to landslides have been shifted to shelter homes, he added.

Dry meals has been distributed amongst people throughout the shelters since noon, DC Mojaheed talked about.

Due to the incessant rains so far two days, the district’s Sangu and Matamuhuri rivers are flowing close to the hazard diploma.

The deputy commissioner talked about the administration is completely able to maintain the situation.

“There’s no shortage of help provides. Along with the administration, the army, police and hearth service personnel have made all preparations to kind out the situation,” he talked about.

Mahbubur Rahman, chief scientific officer of Bandarban Soil Conservation and Watershed Administration Centre, talked about Bandarban recorded 165 mm rainfall throughout the closing 24 hours.

Within the meantime, people residing in prone places in the entire upazilas of Bandarban are being requested to return again to shelter homes as there’s an opportunity of landslides on account of heavy rains.

Members of the fireside service and civil defence are conducting drives in quite a few areas with the help of the native administration.

Bandarban Cantonment Public College and College has postponed their examination from KG to Class VI.

Native administration has allotted 20 tonnes rice and Tk 1 lakh for the flood victims.

Throughout heavy rain occasions, it is important to remain knowledgeable about climate updates and take essential precautions to make sure private security and defend property.

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