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Kurigram is shivering at 8 degree temperature.

  • Update Time : Wednesday, January 11, 2023
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Kurigram is shivering at 8 degree temperature.

 Kurigram Correspondent –

 The temperature mercury is gradually decreasing in Kurigram due to the cold wind in the north and the cold in Konkan.  Since yesterday (Monday) a mild cold flow has been flowing over Kurigram.  The minimum temperature in the district fell to 8 degree Celsius on Tuesday (January 8) morning.

 Due to dense fog, vehicles are running on the roads with headlights on to avoid accidents.  As the level of cold increases.  Destitute and hardworking people are in extreme suffering.  Animals and birds are not spared.  Low income people are suffering from severe cold due to lack of warm clothes.  Many are trying to beat the winter by burning straw.

 Low-income laborers are going out to work despite the cold in Konkan in the pursuit of livelihood.

 Masud Rana, a drug dealer of Kurigram Municipality, said, ‘I am sitting after opening the shop in the morning.  Due to the cold there is not much trading.  I am in a lot of trouble.’

 Jamser Ali, a resident of Dharla Par, said, ‘It is not possible to go out in the cold in Konkan.  The body shivers in the cold air.  It has been very difficult to work.’

 A fisherman named Krishna of Garuhara village of Panchgachi Union of Sadar said, “Even though it is very cold today, I have come out to earn a living.”  No matter how cold it is, we have to go outside.  If it is not out, the family will not continue.’

 Meteorologist Tuhin Mia of Rajarhat Agricultural Meteorological Office in Kurigram said that the lowest temperature was recorded at 8 degrees Celsius on Tuesday in Kurigram district.  Mild cold current is flowing over the district reducing the temperature range.  There may be a cold front in the next two to three days.

 Kurigram district administration relief and rehabilitation officer Abdul Hai Sarkar said, “Already 38 thousand blankets have been distributed.  A new 1 lakh 14 thousand blankets have been requested from the district administration.  15 thousand blankets have been found out of this.

Police recovered 108 mobile phones lost in Kurigram.

Saifur Rahman Shamim, Kurigram –

 Police have recovered 108 mobile phones that were lost in different police stations of Kurigram in one month. Later, the concerned police station handed over the mobile phones to the original owners. According to the police, 55 mobiles were recovered from Kurigram Sadar Police Station, 1 from Rajarhat Police Station, 17 from Phulbari Police Station, 4 from Nageshwari Police Station and 31 from Roumari Police Station in the month of last December in view of the complaint of loss of 108 smart phones.  The original owners were later reimbursed.

Ramiz Mia of the old bus stand area of ​​Bhogdanga Union in Sadar said, I lost a smart phone last November.  Later I complained to the Sadar police station and the police rescued me in December.  Later the phone was given to me under cover.  Getting the phone has benefited me a lot.

Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Sadar Police Station Khan Mohammad Shahriar said that we recovered 55 lost mobile phones at Sadar Police Station last month and handed them over to the rightful owner.  If we receive such a complaint, we take it seriously.

Kurigram Police Media Spokesperson Additional Superintendent of Police Md. Ruhul Amin said, Our sincere service will continue for a safe Kurigram.

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