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Own Correspondent, Dhaka, July 5: The death toll in Bangladesh floods has risen to 107. They died in flood-related accidents and various diseases in the affected areas from May 17 till noon on Monday (July 4). The highest deaths of 57 people were reported from Sylhet division.
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, June 30: The flood situation in Sylhet is deteriorating again due to heavy rains. At the same time, the water level of rivers in the north is increasing.
Dhaka, June 21: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today observed the flood situation in Sylhet, Sunamganj, Netrokona and adjoining areas. At that moment, the helicopter carrying her started flying in low fly mode.
Dhaka, June 21: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has asked residents of Sylhet divison to not worry about the floods. She said that the government has taken all kinds of measures to deal with the floods.
Dhaka, June 21: In Sylhet division, the most severe flood of the commemorative period has occurred on the hill slope coming down from the upper reaches. As a result, about 80 percent of Sylhet and Sunamganj areas have been submerged in water. Various areas of Habiganj and Moulvibazar have been inundated by the flood waters.
Dhaka, June 17: Due to heavy rains and downpour in the country, water of 10 rivers in the north and northeast of the country is flowing at 13 points above the danger level. Floods have already occurred in these areas due to rising river levels.
Dhaka, May 22: The flood waters have started receding in Sylhet. The water level of Surma, Kushiyara, Dholai and Piain rivers has decreased a lot. However, despite the water shortage in these areas, the suffering of the people is increasing.
Dhaka, May 19: The floods in Sylhet are taking a terrible turn due to incessant rains and incessant hill slopes. The flash floods have already spread to all the upazilas of Sylhet. The amount of damage is increasing with time.