Government will take steps for rehabilitation of the flood-affected people Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader said on Friday.
The situation of running flood affected areas of North Bengal and other parts of Bangladesh is going to deeply miserable for those located areas people for survival. Their lives become very tragedian. This situation happens for various reason. First of all the recent atmosphere of Bangladesh, because in this running year rain becomes very suffer able for the all kinds of people. It has crossed the record of past couple of years raining. So, the weather specialist predicted that flood may be come in this year and it will be passed the record of the last couple of years.
And the another reason is, our neighboring country India has opened many of their dam gates, such as Farakka and others. Because, many states of India has also suffering from flood. So that reason Bangladesh is floating on water. This is the main reason for flood happening in Bangladesh.Honorable Prime Minister is also worried for the current flood happening in Bangladesh. She has taking many steps and also giving suitable orders for her ministers, her parties activators.
“The Prime Minister will visit the flood-hit areas and mitigate your sufferings. She’ll compensate you for the losses,” he said while addressing the flood victims before distributing relief materials among them at Raghunathpur High School compound in Biral upazila.Quader, also Road Transport and Bridges Minister, said the flood-hit people will get back everything they lost due to the flood.Mentioning that the government is working to rehabilitate the flood victims, he said, “We’ve not come here for a photo session.”
Terming BNP as a ‘part of complaint’, Quader said the politics of Khaleda Zia is now confined to her vanity bag on the bank of the Thames Rivers in London. “She had announced to wage a movement after Eid. Eight years have gone by but there’s no movement,” he said.AL leader Jahangir Kabir Nanak and Dinajpur-6 MP Md Shibli Sadique were, among others, present.