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বাংলাদেশে ঢুকতে দেয়ায় বেঁচে গেছে ৮০০ ভারতীয়

Breaking the water of Banana, about 800 Indian men and women and children took shelter in two villages of Lalmonirhat. They said that if they did not enter Bangladesh, they would have died in the water of the forest.
One of them is Uddin (75). In Bangladesh, the newsmen mentioned about saving lives.
Uddin said, "Many Indians would have died in the flood waters of Dharla river if they did not enter Bangladesh. We have entered Bangladesh to save lives.
People who took shelter say that due to the intense stream of water, there was no way to go in India. If their habitat 'Jarari Dharla' was in the river, then the flood would have to be flooded.
They said, initially many people were able to enter India. But they are stuck with 700-800 people, the elderly and the elderly. Later, they broke the water and saved Bangladesh to move towards Bangladesh.
Expressing gratitude on allowing them to enter Bangladesh, Indian citizens said, "If the members of Bangladeshi and BGB do not allow us to enter, there would be a surety death of a few hundred people. As long as I live, I will remember the people of BGB and Bangladesh.
In order to save lives from the devastating floods of Dharla, the BGB has ensured that more than eight hundred women, men and children of two villages of Lalmonirhat have taken shelter in different villages of Mogalhat and Durgapur union of Lalmonirhat district.
In the evening on Saturday (August 12th), these Indian people took shelter in local villages, houses of empty habitations and pucca roads in more than one village.On Tuesday afternoon, many people found shelter in locals' houses and street streets. The deceased was identified as Arjina Khatun, 35, a resident of Dharla Char. He got three daughters, one son and husband Iqul Haq (44) at Kumarapara in Durgapur. The wife of the worker of a sewing factory in Delhi came to her mother Maher Banio (23) of the same village.
Samidul Haque, who took refuge in the house of Bangladeshi Fazlul Haque, with four children, said, "With the help of Bangladeshi people, about 800 people of two villages of Garibaldah and Jari Dharla were saved. If these were not allowed to enter the country, these people would have been killed by the horrific floods. "He expressed gratitude for the help.Asharadatta Fazlul Haq and his wife Goole Khatun of Karnaphul area of ​​the same union said, "Indian born in Dharla river, Birir Uddin (72) and his wife Ambia Khatun, (63) Indians of Dharla Char. They came to Bangladesh for a little shelter and became impotent. That's why they gave their place of residence. Even though there is a knee in our house.Riazul Haque, a resident of Chowtari area of ​​Moghalhat Union of Lalmonirhat Sadar upazila, gave shelter to some of the Indians on his empty dry land. He said, "There is no country to stay at the time of natural calamity. Indian people have come for a little shelter. They have been sheltered for humanitarian reasons.Habibur Rahman, chairman of Moghalhat union of Lalmonirhat upazila, said, "There are about 5000 people living in both the Garibaldah's Giribandh and Jari Dharla Char in Dinhata subdivision of Coochbehar district. Although many people went inside India, some men and women and children came to Bangladesh to save lives. Their overall security has been ensured. Indians will return to their country when flood situation improves.
Lalmonirhat-15 BGB battalion director Lt. Colonel Golam Morshed confirmed the affair of Indians, saying, "Five hundred Indian women, children and men are coming to Bangladesh." BGB members are searching for refugees.
Riazul Haque, a resident of Chowtari area of ​​Moghalhat Union of Lalmonirhat Sadar upazila, gave shelter to some of the Indians on his empty dry land. He said, "There is no country to stay at the time of natural calamity. Indian people have come for a little shelter. They have been sheltered for humanitarian reasons.Habibur Rahman, chairman of Moghalhat union of Lalmonirhat upazila, said, "There are about 5000 people living in both the Garibaldah's Giribandh and Jari Dharla Char in Dinhata subdivision of Coochbehar district. Although many people went inside India, some men and women and children came to Bangladesh to save lives. Their overall security has been ensured. Indians will return to their country when flood situation improves.
Lalmonirhat-15 BGB battalion director Lt. Colonel Golam Morshed confirmed the affair of Indians, saying, "Five hundred Indian women, children and men are coming to Bangladesh." BGB members are searching for refugees.
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