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The severity of winter is increasing in Kurigram, suffering in public life.      - dailypressjournal

The severity of winter is increasing in Kurigram, suffering in public life.     

  • Update Time : Thursday, December 29, 2022
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The severity of winter is increasing in Kurigram, suffering in public life.       

Saifur Rahman Shamim, Kurigram :

The severity of winter has started increasing in Kurigram.  As the day progresses the temperature starts to drop.  Along with that, the township of the district is getting covered in fog.  Especially in rural areas, people who work hard are suffering due to the effects of winter.  Winter has become a cause of difficulty for people who are rushing to find work.  Children and old people have started suffering due to the outbreak of cold-related diseases. According to the information of Rajarhat Agriculture Meteorological Office on Wednesday (December 28), the minimum temperature of the district was recorded at 11.4 degrees Celsius in the morning.  Meanwhile, train and water traffic in the district is being disrupted to some extent due to dense wells.  As a result these vehicles are leaving late.  Due to the increase in the intensity of winter, the children and the elderly in the riverside areas are in the most trouble. In this situation, the Meteorological Office fears that a mild cold current may flow from the end of this month to the beginning of the year.  According to sources, at the end of this month and at the beginning of the year, one to two mild or moderate cold currents may flow anywhere in the country. Manchur Ali of the Dharla riverside area of ​​Kurigram Sadar Upazila said that there has been excessive fog for the past few days.  Also, it is difficult to work as the coldness increases in the frosty air.  I can’t even buy winter clothes due to lack of money.  Officially, the distribution of winter clothes has not yet started.  It would have benefited us if winter clothes were distributed in advance to alleviate the suffering of winter.

 Abdul Hamid, a farmer of Senerkhamar village, said that he has to do various types of agricultural work, including tending the potato field and making seed beds, ignoring the winter.  Hands and feet get cold while working in the cold.  Many are suffering from various diseases including cold, cough. Kurigram disaster and relief officer Abdul Hai Sarkar said that 38,000 blankets have been allocated from the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund for free distribution among the needy in Kurigram district.  These blankets have already been sub-allocated in 9 upazilas of the district, said the disaster and relief management branch of the district administration.  In addition, private and private enterprises are distributing winter clothes.

 Kurigram Rajarhat Agricultural Meteorological Observatory Officer-in-Charge Md.  Tuhin Miah said the lowest temperature recorded in the district was 11.4 degrees Celsius on Wednesday morning.  The temperature may drop further in the future.

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