The year 2022 has been horrible and tough for Bangladesh as the state is amidst the natural and human-caused crises. The climatic severity has entrenched Bangladesh with massive floods and waters.
According to the reports, Forty-two died and millions of people have deserted. Approximately 100,000 persons have been evacuated thus far. Predictable that 4 million people were still stuck.
Special groups of cops, and armed forces workers have been positioned in the supremely affected zones of the state to support quest and rescue works.
People are midst extreme lightning, landslides, and the most horrible monsoon floods in recent history.
The wave of flooding has caused immense damage to the people as the power is cut, homes are damaged and people are lost.
Numerous water bodies of Bangladesh have climbed to treacherous levels caused by heavy rain in the region. Bangladesh faces an extreme crisis and needs appropriate rescue actions.
Nearly the entire Sylhet Division of northeastern Bangladesh is drowned lower in water with zillions of persons marooned. Wounded have zero availability of nutrients, water, and communication networks.
It is the most awful situation probably for people in years where they are on the verge of annihilation all being helpless.
The severe rainy season storms in Bangladesh have triggered severe lightning strikes and landslides.
According to the estimations of environmental consultants, the flooding is probable to turn worse in the following few days.
The Bangladesh administration is fronting the situation with the team management. However, the situation still is exceedingly frightening. The officials of the state have termed the current flooding as the worst since 2004 in the country.
The people of Bangladesh are trying hard to survive the merciless flooding and rains. The whole village to small residences, all went in the abysmal water.
Bangladesh is amidst comprehensive damage as climate change possibly will lead to more disasters.