Water level continues to upward push in Kurigram

Environment Desk, Ashik Khan, Dhaka Office: Alltimenews.com:- Water level continues to upward push in Kurigram, The water level in Brahmaputra, Teesta, Dharla and Dudhkumar rives has continued to rise following the gushing water from the upstream and constant rains.

Many low-mendacity and char regions have already been inundated, worsening the general flood situation inside the district.

The internal avenue verbal exchange inside the upazila was snapped due to flooding in lots of char areas in addition to people of these areas couldn’t go out for works for several days, said villagers.

According to sources at Bangladesh Water Development Board workplace in Kurigram, water level of Brahmaputra river changed into flowing handiest 1.46 cm under the risk stage at Chilmari factor while in Noonkhawa point it became flowing just 2 cm under the risk stage.

Dharla became flowing simplest 0.99 cm below the hazard level at Bridge point whilst in Teesta the water changed into flowing 1.6 cm underneath the chance stage on Sunday morning.


Environment Desk,  Alltimenews.com